HubScore Going down

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  1. Bret Talley profile image60
    Bret Talleyposted 8 years ago

    HubScore Going down

    My 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?

  2. psf profile image71
    psfposted 8 years ago

    Are you doing "hubkarma"?, if not try that, it will help you to increase your hubscore. Link sugestion tool is a good tool to do that. Also do comment on other articles, ask questions, answer questions, follow some hubbers they may follow you back, interact in forum etc.

    Basically, more you engage with hubpages with all those activities more chance to increase your score. And off-course, writing good quality articles is also very important.

  3. ErinElise profile image70
    ErinEliseposted 8 years ago


    Hub scores move up and down regularly.  It's completely normal.  It also has to do with the scores on your individual hubs I believe.  Also try doing what psf has suggested.  Hope that helps.  These may help: … thor-Score

  4. Miss Info profile image79
    Miss Infoposted 8 years ago

    It's usually due to the lack of interest (or traffic) generated by the hub. The more hubs you write with little to no traffic, the lower your score will fall.

    Take caution with the topics you write on. Also, try to market your blogs directly to their intended audience - in and out of HubPages. Lastly, increasing your participation throughout HubPages will inadvertently drive readers to your hubs.

    Search HubPages for more ways to increase traffic to your hubs.

  5. Bret Talley profile image60
    Bret Talleyposted 8 years ago

    All my hubs have decent scores, it's my personal score than is declining

  6. Peter Owen profile image60
    Peter Owenposted 8 years ago

    Not saying that you are doing these things, but review the items I put in a hub called How New Hubbers Ruin their Hubscore
    Click Hubs up top and scroll down a bit.

  7. Wesman Todd Shaw profile image95
    Wesman Todd Shawposted 8 years ago

    It's because if you finish those articles in one days time they will have a low score, and bring your author's score down.  Don't worry, if they are good articles then their score, and yours should certainly rise.

    1. webberzone profile image58
      webberzoneposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      But that's not fair. I first write my article proof it and then come to hubpages and post it.


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