Why is my hubscore going down? I'm 89 now, when at one point I was up to 96.
Mine usually fluctuated between 83 and 87, and the only things I generally do on here is read the rest of you guys' hubs, because you are all awesome (and I am often either uninspired or just too busy to write my own hubs), and then comment. Sometimes I even go "hopping", or just checking out you folks I am following and my score will go up or down a point or 2. You're awesome. I think you should be scored at 99 or 100! Don't know if this helped, but there you have it!
When you find the answer to that one, let me lnow. It could be a best selling mystery.
It happens for no apparent reason. Have you been in the forums and commenting, writing new hubs, answering quesitons? If so, don't worry about it , the score will come back up.
Hopefully you haven't started following people without reading their hubs. This is a no-no. I wrote a hub about my mistakes called How New Hubbers Ruin Their Hubscore
Kitty, my score continually goes up and down between 90 and 95 for no apparent reason and no matter what I do. I do always read several hubs of anybody that I follow.......I want to see who and what they are all about.
I've noticed that mine will go down the more I come on here in one day. If I can hold myself in check to only come on once or twice a day, I stay up at 92. If I come on repeatedly, my score goes down along with it (like it just did since this is my 5th or 6th time checking my page today).
I think it's directly correlated with your visits (your browsing, answering questions, commenting on others' and your own hubs) and your hubpage's activity (comments others make on your hubs, new original hubs made by yourself, etc.). I'm giving it the same philosophy as wine: Let it ferment. xD
Follow your traffic: Profile scores seem to directly correlate to the number of visitors from the day before; today's score reflects the number of visitors from yesterday and it will rise or fall if the number of visitors is higher or lower.
by Liz Elias 17 months ago
Hi--me again.. I was reading that there is a 'nofollow' generated on hubs with scores of 50 or under, so I've un-published all of mine that were down in that range. The result is that my total hub count is now way down, so that instead of 10 more hubs to 100, I've now got to...
by dyesebel10 8 years ago
I feel good when my score is going up. I feel important and get noticed by others.
by Bill Yovino 6 years ago
I wish there was a way to turn it off. It goes up and down without reason, and it can be very distressing.
by Steve Andrews 9 years ago
My hubscore is usually from 96 at its lowest to 100 at its best but today it has dropped down to 89 and then to 88 while I have been on the site! This is worrying, especially considering that I posted a new hub last night and thought my score would go up not down!
by lady rain 6 years ago
This is what I have observed with my hubscore. After publishing a hub and leaving comments on other hubs, I get lots of traffic but the hubscore falls by the hour. When I stay away from HubPages for a few days, and the traffic drops to nothing, the hubscore starts to climb and reaches an all-time...
by Tina 8 years ago
So my author hubscore has been consistantly going down. I am at 93 today which is lower than I have been in many months. Lately I have been addding a lot of hubs, at least one per day over the lat two weeks. However many of them are hubs that promote the selling of...
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