Why does my hub score decrease when I continue to be active?Not the biggest deal, but just curious.
It'll go up and down and all around - and we'll never know the answer why, because the program or software that rates us is basically a secret.
ah yes cooldad that elusive 100!!!!
as has been said by HappyBoomerNurse "It will probably disappear before I finish drinking my tea" haha and for myself seems another hubber will say congrats and I never got to see it!!!!
here is my question...I am afraid it has to do with the google panda...why are our scores still high but no ernings on google??
thank goodness for hubpages adsense but still, dude!
It is one of the 'mysteries' of HP computers We Never know why this is
it's like any other drug. HP gives you a nice high at the time, followed by pain when you stop
by Mark Bruno 8 years ago
Why does the author score go up and down? Is it a big deal or no. Went from 90 to 89.My goal was to reach 100. Hope it is not going to go down anymore.
by WILLIAM EVANS 5 years ago
Why is very active hub dropping score so rapidly?The most hits in first two hours on any of my 85 hubs and yet the hub score continues to drop. Now at 47, lowest of any score ever on my hubs? Anyone have a clue?
by Christy Birmingham 6 years ago
Can your hub score decrease if you follow people who have low hub scores?
by rikabothra 7 years ago
Why is my hubber score stuck?I have been quite active on HP and have been publishing hubs as well. My hubber score was increasing for a while, now it is stuck. There is as much traffic to the hubs as before. Can someone please explain this.
by Cranoo 7 years ago
Can someone explain to me about HUBscore? How I can increase or decrease my score? Thanks in advance
by asim_aditya 8 years ago
if traffic on your hub is increasing then why the score continue to fall?hi, if my hub is getting enough view per day then why the score of my particular hub is decreasing?
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