Have your Hubscores stabilized with switching to your own URL?
My scores were going CRAZY before! But, now my hubs and hubscore seem much calmer, slowly increasing in fact (hope it continues!). How about you?
I wouldn't say "stabilized" because the whole switching to the new url thing has totally given a boost to my HubPages account as a whole. I am seeing more traffic than I ever have -- I am glad to see this change and can see why the HubPages staff was so quick to implement the change!
Oh yea, traffic has definitely increased ... loving that!
I just meant the hubs and hubscore ratings are less erratic now (after 4-5 days on the new URL, they seem to be steadily increasing). Glad you are having a similar experience ... definitely a good move by Hubpages!! :-)
Sorry to ask a very basic question - may I ask how do I switch to my own URL? And do we have to?
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