Why is my hubscore so low?
Recently a friend noted that I have a low hubscore here. This actually effected my credibility with a friend of mine on Facebook. Not that I care, I just thought I was very popular here, and I was doing good. Considering I have one hub getting hundreds of hits a day. Did I offend someone or something, was I flagged somehow. I would like someone to try to help me figure out what is going on here. I actually just noticed it, I thought it was in the 80's still. I would say I do not really care, but in reality it hurts my ego and pride. lol
Is it perhaps because I only write hubs, and do not comment as much here, or participate in the forums? Please help, I need my score back up in the upper 90's like when I first started here on Hubpages. I have only learned more and gotten better, I would think my Hubscore would reflect that, right? Please help me ASAP.
Sometimes i notice my hubscore drop from 96 all the way down to 85 within a day! I participate alot in answering questions and asking them also, and still it drops. I think scores are affected with the amount of traffic one gets on the hubs. But the traffic needs not come only from hubpages, rather it should come from another reliable source as well. I have also noticed people who have over 300 hubs- and their score is in the 60s. I think a little participation ,one or two questions every other day , and asking one yourself would probably help. Yet scores do not mean anything , i just read some of your hubs and they are great.
I personally do not get why my hub to tell newbies how to grow their profile dropped to 49 from 50 when my other hubs that are getting less traffic have higher hubscores. The one hub I was hoping would help people has dropped below the starting 50 score. I just don't understand it.
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