It will always go up and down, that is normal. It depends on how much your hubs are looked at.
Nothing to worry. It goes up and down. It depends upon your activity such as asking questions, answering, making comments on others hubs, the traffic to your hubs, submitting new hubs etc.
Mine's going down, too! I reckon we gather a mob of angry citizens, some pitchforks, and torches then to storm the e-bastille.
All hubbers scores are spread across a range from 1 to 100. Your score may be going down even if you had not done anything and your page view remains the same. This is because other Hubbers may be writing good hubs getting the higher scores and bumping everyone else down.
Also, your score will decrease based on the length of time of inactivity or posting. A hubber who has not posted in one month will see the score go down a bit. A hubber who has not posted in three years will see his score go down by a lot.
This is just my guess, I could be wrong. I'm not a hub staff.
The Hubpage people say even they don't know the answer to that and I believe it. I had 90 and up over a year and now I am lucky to reach 80 but I don't write for money and my following is growing so that says something. Best to forget it and just enjoy; some who can't even spell may have a higher score than you. Go figure. They took away one of my accolades for helping people and I help as much or more than ever. I say what I think; maybe that affects it. It would be worse if they heard me tell my husband what I think. lol
the hubscore is depends on your activities such as write new hubs and folllowing other people , you questions , answering on other's questions ,
You need to be active. And one way of being active is answering questions and reading others' hubs and commenting on them.
by Tina 9 years ago
So my author hubscore has been consistantly going down. I am at 93 today which is lower than I have been in many months. Lately I have been addding a lot of hubs, at least one per day over the lat two weeks. However many of them are hubs that promote the selling of...
by Bret Talley 6 years ago
HubScore Going downMy personal HubScore is going down as I am writing more articles. They are all original content and are getting views. Anyone know why this could be happening?
by Rajinder Soni 6 years ago
Hi,It has been constant now. The traffic is not going up at any part of the day. It is always down. When HP will get rid of google's claws? Please let me know if anyone has an answer for this.
by Fitter 9 years ago
In have noticed, that in some hubs their hubscore going down very fast, and some hubs are doing well. In both cases, where were no flagging and thumbs down, the traffic amount is almost the same on both hubs, and they were published in one day. So what are the factors of hubscore?
by Steve Andrews 9 years ago
I was shocked this morning that despite posting a new hub last night my hub profile score had dropped from 96 down to 88. I posted in Hubber's Hangout and it turns out that I am not alone because other hubbers have their scores going down and some are reporting by a figure of at least 8 same as...
by Andrew Hill 19 months ago
I'm not being funny here,the hubstats yet only change 3 or 4 times a week, if you are lucky.Not to mention hubs take over 24 hours to publish. No mentions about it on the blog, no apologies, it isn't like the issue hasn't been ongoing for a while now...Anybody have any idea? Hope I've missed...
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