Ok I may sound dumb but IDC, What is the hubkarma number for?? Please explain.......
You have 13 HubKarma new [?]
As it says in the FAQ: "HubKarma is a score that reflects the degree to which you link to others' Hubs and to Topic pages in your own Hubs. Hubs that point to other relevant, high quality Hubs enhance readers' experience on HubPages and improve HubPages credibility as a trusted resource. HubKarma has some influence on your Hubber Score and is on a 0-100 scale. The link suggestion tool makes linking to other Hubs and Topic pages easier."
And hey- it's better to ask a question than to simply go without knowing its answer
After you publish a hub, you have the option of clicking "suggest links", which will act to highlight relevant phrases that you can click on. Clicking on a phrase will pop up a list of hubs that might be pertinent, at which point you can add the link to the keyword phrase; if someone clicks it, they will be directed to the underlying hub. As you refer to solid hubs in various hubs of your own, your hubkarma score will rise in recognition of the fact that you allott some of your precious space to facilitating traffic through to quality hubs. In theory, this will make the user reflect positively and spread good karma for everyone.
89Sullen91, thank you so much for explaining it to me I was like my score is so low how do I fix this . But thanks I really appreciate you taking the time and explaining it to me I understand the whole thing now clearly
by And Drewson 7 years ago
I've been looking at the Latest Hubbers and doing a lot of HubHopping lately and noticed a pattern. Based upon some of what I have seen I am making some suggestions. I'm sure HubPages staff and moderators see all sorts of patterns to spam and poorer quality Hubs.Here's some suggestions...
by sunforged 8 years ago
Im very interested in what equates to a high score in this metric.I recently have been linking out aLOT as a part of a recent group challenge.My Hubkarma is 47..I understand if you want to keep it to yourself.
by ramkkasturi 8 years ago
My hub karma score is going high. I don't know if this means I am over linked to other hubs. But some how the traffic is down.No idea if this is because of linking. Does it make sense to believe that those to whom we link will link back to our hubs?
by dumindu89 6 years ago
I have gone through Hubpages FAQ to get a clear idea about, HubKarma and link suggestion tool. But I couldn't get a clear idea. Please explain about both of them and how they effect to my Hub score?
by Jackson Riddle 8 years ago
Just wondering.Mine was around 47 when it was first introduced. I then added some links to other hubs and now its risen to 75 in about 3 weeks give or take.
by Hub Llama 8 years ago
Hopefully the right people see this.Here is an idea how to make the new HubKarma score both very useful and beloved by writers on HubPages. Additionally, this would also provide more incentive to Hubbers to link to good hubs thereby giving HubPages what it actually wants from starting...
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