Right exactly now my Author Score is 100, but it could drop before the end of the day. I've had Hub's reach 100 after 2 weeks or so, then drop back down to the 90's then the 80's then back up again. Some have never reached 100 as well. It just depends on how much it is read and voted on I suppose.
I have no idea how or why it does this. It makes me happy to see it go up but I've learned not to depend on it staying there.
My hubscore has never reached 100. My author score has fluctuated. I seem to remember when I first joined hubpages, my author score was in the 90s, but I left hubpages for a while to do other things and came back and my hubscore was 50 and sometimes lower. None of my hubs has ever reached 100. Not even the most read ones. I honestly don't know how hubscores work and it gets pretty discouraging at times.
Five months. Lasted half a day. Got it again a few weeks later, again it only lasted a day or perhaps a little longer.
. . . .never been there. I've had a personal hubscore of 96, but never higher. As far as a score on an actual hub, I've had one get to 93.
Funny you ask this, cause I recently hit 99, it may have hit 100 temporarily, but I did not see. Usually my score is in between 94-97. I am not sure how long my score will last, hopefully I see it go to 100 maybe...
Sometimes I wonder if hub scores and author scores are ways to egg writers to write more often and to constantly work on hubs that they care about. It helps also if you get bored enough to write evergreen articles. You can make money that way as well.
I think 93 is the highest I have been so far. I haven't gotten a single Hub to have a score higher than 83. That's what I am struggling with most at the moment.
I'm trying an experiment: To attain a Hub score of 100 without writing any hubs. So far I've only hit a score of 62. Not fair.
by Greensleeves Hubs 5 years ago
What most fundamentally makes up a hubscore of 100?YAY!!!!!! I've just achieved a hubscore of 100 for the first time!! It was great to see after reaching 99 a couple of times, and I feel genuinely a sense of triumph and pleasure at this accolade. But ... Is this an accolade of which one should be...
by Daniel Mollat 3 months ago
I'm fairly new in HP, having joined the community only last January, and I'm quite pleased to see that my hubscore has hit 100 today. I'm curious how this affects my articles' over-all performances, if at all. I've read some posts in these forums that have positive and negative comments about...
by Barbara Badder 5 years ago
My author score is now 88. I've been active on the forums, hopping hubs, and answering questions. I haven't had this low of score since when I first started. Does removing poorly performing hubs cause author scores to go down or what is the problem?
by Tina 8 years ago
So how many of you hubbers have actually acheived a score of 100 on a hub and how long did it last?
by Justjed 5 years ago
What Happens When Your Hubscore Hits 100?Just curious to know. What should one do when this happens?
by Sydney J 3 years ago
What does the number next to my profile picture mean?
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