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 hubber gets the bigger the tendency to lower your hubpage score in the community? I cannot justy ignore the result from receiving hubkarma. I might choose not to receive anymore additional hubkarma as it does not push me up instead, it pushes me down. What logic is that? Any explanation--please.
A high HubKarma is good to have as it will positively influence your personal HubScore. But it is more likely that your personal HubScore went down a bit for other reasons. I wouldn't know what those reasons are though because I don't know how the personal HubScore is computed.
This should help you find answers to your questions. Good luck!
I've heard that our HubKarma Score has a minimal influence on our Author Score, and I've also known Hubbers with an Author Score of 100 or close on claim to have a very low HubKarma Score. If that's true, I'd say its effect is negligible.
I have noticed that my HubberScore rises with my hubkarma, but my score has dropped 5 points in the last week, so I don't worry about it anymore. Hubkarma, forums, comments, questions. Have fun with those.
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