What are the factors that makes hubberscore go up and down again?
Sometimes my answers can be lengthy, however here is a link that will explain in detail how it works. http://hubpages.com/faq/#hubscorecalc . Don't worry so much about the score it will move up and down continuously just focus on writing good hubs and get involved with the community.
Traffic to hubs makes more score and decrease in traffic result to decrease in score !!!!
You got me. I just keep writing, hone my craft as I can, and try not to worry about it too much.
I did take a look at your profile to see if anything jumped out at me--since I'm guessing the question behind your question may be, "How do I drive my score up and keep it there?" And one thing did jump out at me.
A significant number of your Hubs are compilations of material published elsewhere on the Internet: Funny sayings, quotations, Facebook posts, etc. HubPages (and the search engines) all tend to reward content that is 100% original...which by definition a compilation cannot be.
If you could begin producing more of your own material, that might help.
Guess if you just put all your energy in creating rare, useful and quality hubs ... your score will automatically stay high. Not to waste a second worrying about the score then....because that'll take care of itself and remain high based on your original content. My take!
Write good hubs, and get involved by reading other's hubs and following people.
Just don't follow people without reading their hubs - this will destroy your hubscore.
Read a hub I wrote called How New Hubbers Ruin Their Hubscore.
There is no hard and fast rule for hubberscore and for the hubs score as well. They are quite a mystery to me and to many other people out there.
A general rule of thumb is to be more effective and active, but even this didn't help me on many occasions. So I find it better not to be bothered by these scores.
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