Okay, I would like to know why just a few hours ago I had a Hubber's score of 86, and now it's 76?
I don't understand how I can have a Hubber's score of 86 at first, I mean it's been 86 for the past 2 weeks, and now all of a sudden it's at 76!? I don't understand how this is possible when just 12 hours ago I checked my Hubpages, and I was still at 86... I don't see how this is possible, or am I missing how HubPages score their Hubbers?
No one knows how the Hubber score actually works. The only thing I can tell you, which has helped me, is don't follow a bunch of random people at once. That seems to ruin people's Hubscores. Don't worry though, it doesn't really effect your views or earnings.
by Ron Grimes 2 weeks ago
HubPages could increase their audience if it was easy to people to click on a follow button when they find an article or an author they like. Currently you have to click on the author's picture, then click on their name, then click the word profile in order to see a follow option.
by 2uesday 8 years ago
when they post in a forum. mines 90 - sorry make that 91.
by cheerfulnuts 7 years ago
Is a hubber's hubscore important? Is it correlated with the hubber's earnings or traffic?
by Giselle Maine 6 years ago
While I understand that hubbers might occasionally want to share some of their own hubs with their followers, it can be frustrating to see multiple 'old' hubs shared by their owner when looking at the 'feed'. I'd like to suggest that HubPages limits the ability to do this to a certain number...
by aparnajugran 6 years ago
HiI want to know why the hub score is different on hubber's profile and hubber's topic?How do you rate it?
by Edwin mokoena 9 days ago
What is the number next to my avatar for?
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