Will rating others hubs and answers help your hub score?
I was just wondering if hub activity helps your hub scores or not? I spend alot of time rating others hubs and answers rather than actually writing hubs. Even if it doesn't help the score, I will continue to rate others because I really do enjoy reading! I was just curious about this question!
Yes! That is helpful activities to the community and *should* effect your Hubscore!
From the look of your score it looks like it helps.
Also the first time i answered a question my hub score grew
in one point and i think it is related.
I think the answer should be YES. Because, interaction with others are considered too...
I think my hubtivity definitely effects my hubber score. When I am doing other things and am not participating in the forums, reading and commenting on other hubbers' hubs, or answering questions, my personal hubber score drops 1 to 3 points.
I think the more active you are the better. It's the reason they have the personal hub score.
Hubtivity helps your hubscore but you have to ask yourself why you want a high hubscore.
Hubscore is just a feel-good number. It doesn't improve your Hubs' visibility or help you earn money in any way.
If you look into FAQs, it does state that your participation in the forum will help your author score. I imagine the rest also does as well. Especially since now we get accolades for asking questions and answering them as well.
Rating the hub by clicking on an arrow up or an arrow down in agreement or disagreement of a response does not improve your hubscore. However, asking a question and actually providing feedback as in the comment does increase the hubscore. However to get a significant increase in the hubscore, the quality of articles written as a contributor holds more weight in regards to increasing the hubscore.
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