How do you keep your hubscore up when you go on vacation?
When I went away from the computer for a few weeks because of travel, my hubscore dropped below 75. How would you recommend I avoid this? My score used to be near 85.
make some more hubs,and comment and leave feedback etc.
basically what you would normally do but do it not to long before your vacation,sometimes your hubscore will stay the same if your lucky
I wouldn't worry too much about it. It's very nearly irrelevent. You could ask a few hubber friends to comment on your hubs while you're gone. The noted activity might keep your hubber score up, but honestly I wouldn't fret over it.
Anesidora is absolutely right. Hubscore is utterly irrelevant to serious online writing.
I'm obsessed with it. I'm trying to train myself off of it!
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