I check my stats all the time it shouldn't have any effect
Hub score fluctuate. Its like a QB rating we all know what is a good score but hardly understand the science of getting it.
look--your score is going to change constantly up and down. the question has been asked a thousand times--nobody knows why, nobody knows the formula. I f there even is one. lots of things affect it good and bad. I don't think checking your stats has anything to do with it. It's stuff like publishing new hubs and community activity and whatnot.
there are tons of hubs about it. I think we all have one--I have one, Shibashake has one and Darkside probably has one to name a few.
so, go read a few...
by Dr Ashish2 weeks ago
My hubber score has dropped from 75 to 52 despite increase in traffic. Are there any remedial measures?
by Rajan Singh Jolly4 years ago
Has there been another update from Google? I ask since my views have been dropping rapidly every hour since the past 6 hours. Surprisingly the total views in the stats has remained stationary since the same time.Stats...
by Audrey Hunt2 years ago
I've been noticing quite a drop in traffic the past 2 days. Is it just me?
by Nell Rose5 years ago
I was on a 100 two days ago, then realising that my Groups were in a bit of a muddle I spent two hours sorting them out last night, adding them to the right hubs etc, now for the first time in two years I have dropped...
by belief7139 years ago
It seems like each time I add a new hub, my overall hub score drops. It usually creeps back up again, but I was wondering if anyone knows why it does this? Or is it just me?
by moonlake2 years ago
I know everyone says pay no attention to Hubber Score and Hub Scores but it's really a little hard to ignore when I have ended up with 48-50 hubs in the 60's. HubPages has made it pretty clear they don't want my kind of...
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