I started writing a hub a few days ago and just having one sentnce and a picture it was at 50. I have been working on it for a few days and watching the hub score go up and down. Now I worked on it just a bit ago and have not published it yet and when I first went to it it was a hubscore of 68 and when I finished doing all the spell checks and before I publish it it dropped to a 64. What the heck?
From one Lady to another.....
When people view your page they can rate it. If they click on the arrow going up, your number will go up - if they click on the arrow going down, the number will go down. Thats why even when you've published a Hub, the number fluctuates.
I have heard that if you let a hub sit unpublished for a few days before you publish, the score will keep going up. Seems to be true on mine. After that, I dunno...anyone's guess
Thanks everyone. I am going to publish it at 8 tonight, my time.
Can I ask how many views it had before you published it?
It said 15. I don't know how because it wasn't published then. It is now, but I have seen the status yet.
I just looked at the status and it says 3 since I published it about an hour ago and 18 for the last 7 days.
It's my understanding that HP can and does view them while they are under construction. I have noticed as many as 10 over a period of a few days, but the last one I published was about the challenge. I worked on it for less than 18 hours, and got 22 views. I thought that was alot compared to how many times my others were viewed, so I was just curious.
by Carolyn Augustine 9 years ago
I recently got my lowest score ever for a book review on Kate Chopin's novel, The Awakening.Anyone want to give me some feedback? Usually my scores start around 50 and go up as I construct the hub.The entire review is my original writing. I didn't copy any text.
by Rajan Singh Jolly 6 years ago
Is there any benefit of allowing a hub to stay unpublished for a few days?Even if it is ready to be published? Just because we wish to have a higher hub score when it is published!
by Liam Hallam 3 years ago
After 6 months on the site i've started the really wonder how many backlinks is a reasonable number to any hub, and really to a hub becoming successful? Or is it simply a lottery.What kind of figures do other hubbers consider?
by John Paolo B.Magdaluyo 5 years ago
If I wont publish new hubs maybe 2 to 3 days what would happen?I am really enjoying HP community and writing new hubs. But couple of days and in the future I may not work on my other planned hubs due to my studies. so I am really worried on what impact would it gave on me. Firstly I think on...
by yellowbutterfly 12 months ago
Can someone tell me what is the 'hub score' please? It seems to have no relevance to the number of page views on my hubs.Thanks!yellowbutterfly
by William F Torpey 8 years ago
Just puzzled: How can an unpublished hub attain a higher score than any published hub? (The published hubs with lower scores must be pretty bad!)
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