What do they all mean? I'm lost. Adrift in a sea of statistics. And, while I might deal with statistics for a living, that doesn't mean I understand these.
Can someone 'splain, please? And, since it's past 11 p.m. on a Thursday, small words would be good.
Explanation of hubscore and author score, which are found when you click 'Help' above.
by Erick Hernandez11 hours ago
My HubberScore just hit 90 today. Is that good or great? I remember my HubberScore getting into 84 just 2 weeks ago. Now, it's 90? Is it that good, or is it that great?
by topecommerce5 years ago
Hi I am new at hubpages, I have published one hub but it says "need revision". I don't know the meaning of this. I mean is there any problem with my hub? I haven't seen any notification or message about...
by Rochelle Frank11 days ago
Do you see a relationship between numbers of views, comments and hubscores? In other words, is your most-commented-upon hub ranked highest in views or score?Do you have any that are high in comments and low on score? Do...
by Randy Godwin5 years ago
No kidding! Curiouser and curiouser! http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/92842 ooooxxxx0000OOOO(:-
by Peter Freeman7 years ago
I keep hearing and reading this phrase and I must confess it doesn't make sense to me. I know what "Believe" means and I know what "in" means. It's when the two words are put together I don't...
by Veronica Roberts6 years ago
Mine fluctuate, regardless of the amount of views, votes (up/down), and feedback. (I'm talking about hubs that have been published for a period of time)? I've searched & searched, and can not find an explanation....
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