I have noticed that the score has nothing to do with how many people have read the hub or clicked it. is this simply developed by people either clicking up or down? It doesn't seem to have anything to do with how many times the article is read, so it couldn't relate that much to ad type income. Just wondered.
Hey there, I had many of the same questions! Fortunately for us, Darkside went and made a whole hub about it:
Hope it helps!
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