What are the numbers in the bottom right corner of all of our pictures?
its our hubscore.Just like the hubpage score for your hubs, its the score of hubber based on the hubs and participation of hubber in the communities.
Simply its the score that determines the quality of a hubber.
(++ links in your hubs get dofollow status if your hubscore is over 75 and the hubpage score is over 40 )
by Jackie Lynnley 3 years ago
My hub that seems most popular with over 52,000 reads is at the bottom of my hubs with a 69 and it has been 70's so I sharpened it up some just to have it fall. How can this be? I hate to delete it but I think that is what many would do who cannot get a hub to rise in score. Actually I had over 100...
by Sue B. 6 years ago
So, is anyone else obsessed with their hubscore? I watch it go up and down and I become obsessed. I hit 91 once and I returned to the 80's again and dream of the day I could return to a higher number. Numbers, scores, and grades are so silly but I find it fascinating at how fixating...
by Paul Odien Pruel 7 years ago
Does Hubkarma affect our profile hubpage score?I am just wondering...when I first received my first hubkarma my profile score has increased from 45 to 53. Today I received additional 3 hubkarma - that makes them a total of 4 but my profile score has decreased to 49. Does it mean the more hubkarma a...
by peachy 7 months ago
I had noticed a few high hubscore members ( around 97-99 hub score ) with with less than 90 hubs on their profile page. Furthermore, they are level 1 or 2 commenters which means they do not interact much with hubbers.Are the hubscore related to their hub contents or views?
by MarieLB 3 years ago
Hubscore, Profile score, Why do we need them?Before I asked the question I went a-hunting and found similar situations to mine. The views go up, even the hubscore goes up, yet the Profile score comes down hour by hour. I lost 6 points in one day. Some will say do not worry about...
by Sullen91 8 years ago
67.14 + 0.01011 is the regression equation, where x is the word count, and y is the "Hubscore", for my hubs. The coefficient of determination is 0.582, which basically means that 1/3 of the factoring of Hubscores can be accounted for by word length. Reactions?
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