How are articles scored?
I am confused. I know each article starts with a 50. All of mine have gone up except my most recent has gone down to 44, yet it has 2 comments, 4 Facebook likes, 1 vote as useful and 25 views since published last night. What in the world would be making it go down?
Nobody knows exactly how the HubScore is computed. HubPages officially says this about it: http://hubpages.com/faq/#hubscorecalc
There are also several hubs about what influences the HubScore. But at the end of the day you don't need to worry too much about it. The only thing that matters is whether the hub is being read :-)
Views are not only factor to grow the score....but the article quality also measured here......in initial stage....if you have enough traffic it will go up surely but b4 that the quality is a factor.....hubpage see how effective it is to attract the visitors..its potential....i will suggest to use more meta link in your article..means use the suggest link option to link more articles related to this.......
A group of elves and fairies throwthree darts at the standard dart board then elf throws a dice and multiplies the number by that dice roll- then they flip a coin and double the number if its heads- any number above 100 then gets modified by the square root of that number and then take away seven or eleven from that number but its just a theory..
by Catherine Giordano 2 years ago
My hub scores range from 65 to 87 as of the last time I looked. My average is 73. To me it seems like I have a "C" average. I'm disappointed and discouraged. I am doing everything that is recommend to get a good score.It is disheartening not to get a feedback. For...
by Scott S Bateman 20 months ago
I received an email that a new Hub is "eligible" for a niche site. But it suggests I need to proofread it before it can move over. I edited the article for readability and ran it through a spelling and grammar checker before I published it. After receiving the email, I reread it and ran...
by Sarah Spradlin 13 months ago
I've heard to disregard that but I'm still a little curious. Honestly I don't know how the score is even decided but those of you that have a lot of followers or have been able to make money, what is your average score per article?Thank you!
by mariexotoni 23 months ago
What advice do you have for other hubbers?I'm just getting back into writing on HP, and it feels like idk how to write anymore. I'd like to reach $100/month- and of course, I'm sure others would. Do you have any advice in terms of SEO, writing, and topic selection that is relevant today?
by Twenty One Days 8 years ago
Have noticed a very weird flux in article scoring over the last week or so. One article was 85, in less than 3 days dropped to 77. Another was also 80+ is now hovering at 70. I didn't alter the content in them and traffic is actually on the rise.Second, I was wondering how-to get an articles score...
by liljen23 8 years ago
I am so excited about completing my 30 day Hub Challenge. I have been writing on so many topics but I think my hubs will be written mostly on blogging and writing. I feel that I am good at that and I am also writing on other sites to get backlinks to my hubs. Yesterday I had wrote one article on...
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