My home page score?
I just started doing this 4 days ago and on my home page I had this score of like 15 on my picture....4 days later it is at an 87...is this good?
The number in the corner of your profile picture is your author score. The maximum score is 100, and it fluctuates constantly based on your participation in the community, as well as how well your hubs are performing.
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