Why would my hub score drop after going up steadily from 35 to 93 over 4 weeks?
It went from 35 to 93 over 4 weeks then within 24hrs it went from 93 to 88. Any Ideas? All of my content has been getting more views.
I've given up trying to figure out this author score. I was at 97 one day and dropped to a 91 in less than 18 hours. In fact, I had/have two hubs that have a higher score than my author score. I can't begin to understand that. It seems to be changing much more now than in the past. But, your score went up fairly quick. I wish I could answer your question. Only HP can answer and they aren't talking.
You need not to be concerned with it and just put your efforts into writing excellent and high quality content hubs. I now have a ever total Page Views 3061 and 237 monthly views with an average 1020 views per hub for my 3 hubs that gets 100% Referring Sites traffic to my article " Daily Nuggets Moment AMBASSADOR BRANDON BUTLER " with 26 visits and 45 Page Views from the referring sites in 12 months at this day of June 23, 2011 A.D.
Yes I can't get my score above 75, no matter what I do. The best I've done is 71 for about a day and then it steadily declines over 24 - 48 hours back down to about 62. I keep writing hubs and get some feedback and comments and I comment on other hubs and try and interact the best way I can, but it seems that my account won't get above 75 unless I'm on it practically most of the day, every day. Are there any other sites that are a little more forgiving??
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