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What does my hubscore of 75 mean?

  1. nu-flowerchild profile image59
    nu-flowerchildposted 6 years ago

    What does my hubscore of 75 mean?

  2. J.S.Matthew profile image82
    J.S.Matthewposted 6 years ago

    Check out this link from the HubPages Learning Center regarding HubScores and HubberScore: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/hubs … bber-score

    Hope this helps!

    JSMatthew~

  3. hazelwood4 profile image77
    hazelwood4posted 6 years ago

    Thank you J.S. for sharing the article from the learning center.smile  I am definetly getting a better jist of the site from all the helpful advice.

  4. chasemillis profile image67
    chasemillisposted 6 years ago

    It means you've got some work to do. But honestly, to keep a good hubscore, you basically just have to update your Hubpages (in general) pretty consistently, create a new hub every two weeks at latest, and most importantly - write good hubs! And if fluctuates constantly - mine jumped 5 points and then went down 3 the next day. There's really no way to improve it other than writing consistently good content... GLHF

  5. Cardisa profile image91
    Cardisaposted 6 years ago

    A lot of us confuse our hubberscore (author or personal score) with the hubscore. The question asked about hubscore so that means the score associated with a particular hub.

    Chasemills mentioned writing new hubs and doing stuff get your score up. These actions only effect your Author/personal score.

    The hubscore will go up or down depending on the amount to traffic from HP and other sources, the comments generated by the interest of the hub, amount of vote ups or downs and general feedback.

    Your personal author score is the score displayed on your face in your profile. This score fluctuates depending on your activity withing HP, that is your participation on the forums, questions, the frequency of you publishing a hub, the amount of traffic to your hubs and profile page.

    A personal score of 75 or more will have your links to your hubs  as do-follow but if your personal score falls below 75 the will become no follow. So in order for you to rank well in HP and Google you need to keep that Author/Personal score above 75. You also need to ensure that your hubs remain above 40 to retain you links.

  6. rembrandz profile image84
    rembrandzposted 6 years ago

    By hubscore I assume you mean the score on your individual hub.

    Actually I have noticed many hubs newly posted having scores in the 50s range. And noticed barely 3-4 scattered on the latest list having 65-70s range. I began to notice their titles and realised that their catchy topics (sure to have interesting hub content) is the reason of the higher score to begin with.
    I think a hubscore of 75 is good in my opinion but if that's the score on your profile...means it can be improved.

    These hub scores gradually go up as we get comments and affirmative reaction + traffic. Mine generally is tough to reach the 90 mark, but my hubber score has consistently stayed above 90.

    If someone has a Hubber score of 75 generally it can mean that either:
    1. One is still brand new on hubpages and once more original quality hubs are added it can be seen to gradually go up.
    2. One needs to increase the amount of hubtivity happening from ones side
    3. Make useful, insightful answers
    4. General conduct/good behavior
    5. Keep writing original articles with free-to-use or original pictures.
    6. Once quality traffic comes in, you are on an upward curve.

    In general as everyone here says, don't worry about ones score...do their best and leave the hubscores to keep ticking to the favorable side.

    Whenever I post a hub and if it attracts a decent amount of comments, I have seen it jump up to minimum 5 points....then as the comments lessen after a few days I see the score stepping down 1 by one every hour if there is no activity from my side. But if I am doing a lot of that,,,the points dropping are slow. I find the quickest jump up depends on a popular new hub and traffic to your hubspace. My take!

  7. daskittlez69 profile image74
    daskittlez69posted 6 years ago

    Once you have a 75 all of your links are "follow".  Your score is based from an algorithm that Hubpages has created.  It is based on all kinds of things like quality and how active you are on the community.

 
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