What qualifies a hub for a 100 rating?

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  1. 6hotfingers3 profile image60
    6hotfingers3posted 12 years ago

    What qualifies a hub for a 100 rating?

  2. duffsmom profile image61
    duffsmomposted 12 years ago

    I think it must be traffic.  I have a hub that sometimes hits 100, then drops a day or two--then back up again.

  3. LuisEGonzalez profile image77
    LuisEGonzalezposted 12 years ago

    Although rare, a hub with a score of 100 is dependent on the numbers of visitors within a time frame.

  4. jamesroy11143 profile image62
    jamesroy11143posted 12 years ago

    Yeah!! I totally agree with @duffsmom and @LuisEGonzalez hub score depends upon no. of visitors but why you should get visitors on your hub ? The Answer is your hub must be consist on rich content as well as updated news.

  5. 6hotfingers3 profile image60
    6hotfingers3posted 12 years ago

    Thank you to all that answered my question. I'm still learning the ins and outs of Hubpages.

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    HERBERT ubaldoposted 12 years ago

    I want to discover this personally, good question.

  7. Ingenira profile image75
    Ingeniraposted 12 years ago

    Hubs with very good content will earn the 100 rating. Traffic, visitors' votes etc will push up the score, but it may not reach 100. And I think Hubpages staff (or automated program according to certain criterias) is pushing the good articles up to 100 scores, so as to attract more traffic to Hubpages.

    I have a few hubs with exceptionally good traffic, but its scores lower than other hubs with much fewer traffic.

    I believe Hubpages will help you to push up your score (to attract more traffic) if you write really good articles.

    On the other hand, generally, upward move in score mean increase in traffic.

    Just my 2 cents of opinion and observation.

  8. cathycares profile image61
    cathycaresposted 12 years ago

    Im new to this as well. I think it is going to be a learning process but fun! Reading the questions and answers help alot. I really always have something to say about anything so thought Id put ir to use and share with others.Now there is a bigger goal. Have a great day!!!!

  9. eric2112 profile image69
    eric2112posted 12 years ago

    The closest I have come to a Hub that scored a 100 was my Hub on purchasing a Classic VW Beetle. While it doesn't get all the traffic that I would like it to, I have recieved some very nice comments. The rating on that particular hub seems to bounce around quite a bit. I have seen it as low as an 80 and as high as a 98. The content hasn't changed since I published it and the comments have really slowed down, so I wuld have to say that it is either dependant on the number of visitors per day or votes up vs. down..... or more likely both.

    Over all, I am happy with my traffic for how much time I have invested. With a little more work and optimization, I think it will do better.

  10. zanaworld profile image59
    zanaworldposted 12 years ago

    It is good that you have asked this question.

    I got to know so many things in answers to your questions - rather important one...

  11. molometer profile image80
    molometerposted 12 years ago

    I have been pondering this too. My hubscore has declined a little and yet my traffic shot up in the last 2 days.
    I have certain hubs that get big hits everyday and others that seem to be slow cookers, take a little longer to rise.
    So the answer is.
    Good well written hubs draw traffic but you must read other peoples hubs and leave comments and votes to increase your hubscore, I haven't done that for a couple of days and that is the only thing that I have done different.  hope this helps!

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    klanguedocposted 12 years ago

    I think it is a combination of things, pretty much what everybody else is saying, you have to write quality hubs, you have to participate in the forums; be an active member in the community; follow hubbers and leave comments; hopefully hubbers will enjoy some of your hubs and leave comments as well.

  13. lawyerblog profile image60
    lawyerblogposted 12 years ago

    Well written hub, traffic and uniqueness. These are just among the qualifications of 100 rating hub.

  14. Tolu Daniel profile image61
    Tolu Danielposted 12 years ago

    i am new, i guess i'll be finding out soon enough

  15. Londontours profile image60
    Londontoursposted 12 years ago

    Hi, I am not sure but I think more activeness

  16. Eight8Consulting profile image58
    Eight8Consultingposted 12 years ago

    Contents makes a Hub important for hub pages community, the more unique theme or subject you chose the more your score is keeping the quality as most important part of a hub score.

  17. mr-burns profile image62
    mr-burnsposted 12 years ago

    Thats a hard one. I haven't come across many that are at 100. Its so hard. I think it needs to be very detailed, reseasonably long and very lucky

  18. easylearningweb profile image85
    easylearningwebposted 12 years ago

    Good quality, interesting "forever" hub on a topic that will always strike someone as interesting, along with lots of traffic, which you can boost by posting comments, answering questions, and creating backlinks to your hub.

  19. Beth Pipe profile image74
    Beth Pipeposted 12 years ago

    Glad to know it's not just me who was confused by this - great question and some really interesting answers!

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    hungrybagsposted 12 years ago

    Main is the original content, interesting, trending topic and traffic

  21. YellowOC1 profile image57
    YellowOC1posted 12 years ago

    It probably depends on the hub - I'm sure it is possible to get a 100 ratings by getting a lot of traffic, or for a hub without a lot of traffic, it could get that rating by receiving a lot of user feedback (i.e. comments...).

  22. Yoshihiro profile image43
    Yoshihiroposted 12 years ago

    It comes down to traffic when going over the 95 score. I found that most of the 100s are ranking high for the topic keyword in Google for quite large amounts of traffic.

  23. Gail Meyers profile image65
    Gail Meyersposted 12 years ago

    I have only been on HubPages for a couple of weeks, but I have already wondered about this myself.  I have noticed the scores on my hubs and my profile fluctuating.  Last night I entered only the title of a hub I intend to start working on and the score has increased several points in 24 hours without any traffic or any content.

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    icountthetimesposted 12 years ago

    A Hub can captures peoples imagination prompting them to commen and rate positively. A steady stream of traffic to the hub is another factor. Also, I think the hubscore of the author contributes to a certain extent too.


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