Does a low hubscore mean Hubpages wants you to delete your old hubs that only ge

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  1. steve8miller profile image79
    steve8millerposted 7 years ago

    Does a low hubscore mean Hubpages wants you to delete your old hubs that only get a few hits a day?

    Do the Hubscores even matter? I know I made more with AdSense today from Hubpages than people with 95 hubscores, well I assume I did. But it is sad to have one as low as mine has fallen?

    What all factors compile to give you your hubscores. I am not bragging by the way with that AdSense comment. I am just stating a point, some of my hubs get decent traffic, yet I have a hubscore below 70. I am just to competitive to accept this. lol It literally hurts me physically. What do I do to improve it?

  2. queen cleopatra profile image92
    queen cleopatraposted 7 years ago

    Hello Steve! Hope you're having a good day big_smile

    Does low hubscore mean you should delete old and low-hit hubs? Of course not. I don't have a clear and accurate understanding of how I get a high or a low hubscore from time to time. I just notice that whenever I join in the forum conversation, answer a question, post a comment, or just follow someone here -- my hubscore adds up some points. big_smile

    Though I tend to believe that some of the longer hubs I've done influenced my hubscore the most. But these long hubs didn't necessarily have high hits.

    Hope my rambling answer helped a bit. lol

  3. steve8miller profile image79
    steve8millerposted 7 years ago

    I think I worded it a bit harsh perhaps. I did not mean hubpages wants me to get rid of low hubscore hubs. Basically I meant is it a good idea to do. I actually did recently get rid of a couple of them. I have gotten over the hubscore as I have had a great day on AdSense. So oh well, hope it goes up soon.

  4. zoey24 profile image76
    zoey24posted 7 years ago

    I believe the hub score is just a hubpages rating and has no real reflection on your earnings or traffic. My hub score keeps going up and down yet i am getting lots of traffic and earning a substantial ammount from Adsense. I find the more i hub hop and comment on other peoples hubs etc the more my hub score rises.

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      MakJoSiposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Wow glad I saw this, I was kind of worried when I saw my hubscore is so low for no reason! scary!

  5. TheWhisper profile image59
    TheWhisperposted 7 years ago

    Whatever you do DON'T DELETE YOUR HUBS! The hubscore is like your popularity bar. If you want it to go up then promote your hubs on facebook, hop hubs, leave comments, and write hubs on a regular basis.
    Follow Me?

  6. melbel profile image95
    melbelposted 7 years ago

    Nope, it means that perhaps you should improve upon this hub. I generally don't improve upon hubs with a score of 85 or higher as they usually go back and forth from the 80s to the 90s.

    My hubs under 85 usually are low because they need a little work, anything under 70 are the ones I totally revamp -- I find that when I revamp a hub that performs very poorly it tends to do a lot better!


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