My main Hubs score keeps changing on almost an hourly (actually mornings & afternoons) basis whats up with this? Is it caused by traffic differential or Page "voting"?
For example last night, late I was at 91, this morning Im at 87
Not really studying, I am watching for trends in the differing subject areas but, the overall hub score planted in your avatar is hard to miss. I just noticed the swings in what appear to be short intervals of time. The score is obivously some type of algorithem, I'm just curious as the what are its major componants, or is time (length of memership)a factor.
Most of my page scores comparitively (to other Hubs) are pretty good, traffic is low but building from 14 different sources including Yahoo, AOL search, ATT search and I participate on the site via forums, comments ect, just wondering about the fluctution cause, since I have noticed others (via avatars) seem to maintain scores.
Pretty much what Neil covered. Be active in the forums. Create new hubs with new content. Just be a part of the community and it shouldnt be a problem
There are several factors involved in HubScore. To prevent gaming of the algorithm there's a few random things thrown in, like the number of times that Frank the Pug sneezes in an hour, divided by the amount of times Ryan uses the word 'awesome' in a 24 hour period.
Just kidding about that last point.
Just keep writing and dont worry too much.
I used to look at mine and go "WHY?" every few hours.
They jump up, then drop, then go back up....it can be nerve wracking if you focus on it too much.
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