What does the hubscore stand for and how do the scores work?
The hub score is a score given to each hub based on the SEO qualities of the words within the title. After the hub is published the score will rise or fall depending on the number of views. Your profile score is also dependent on the number of daily visitors to all of your hubs and to a lesser degree your participation in the site. Your profile score also takes into account the average score of all of your hubs; published and unpublished.
by Audrey Hunt3 years ago
Just had a big drop on my profile score. And all my hubs were featured along with a steady 10 Editors Choice. I say 'were' because 3 were just unfeatured and I don't know what to do about that. My...
by SpaceShanty4 years ago
I have noticed it is hovering just below 85 recently. I have a few Hubs with a score of around 71, could this be the reason?
by Peter Owen6 years ago
I had a bunch of forum posts two months ago about hubscore dropping due to following too many people. It got so much action that I wrote hub about it.<snipped link>New question on Hubscore:When I write a...
by Liam Hallam3 years ago
After 6 months on the site i've started the really wonder how many backlinks is a reasonable number to any hub, and really to a hub becoming successful? Or is it simply a lottery.What kind of figures do other hubbers...
by Palis Pisuttisarun3 years ago
Hello guys!I just started HubPages less than a month ago so I'm fairly new and might not understand the way HubScore works like you do.I have published 5 hubs and I published my 5th hub yesterday. My fifth hub is called...
by MarieLB2 years ago
Hubscore, Profile score, Why do we need them?Before I asked the question I went a-hunting and found similar situations to mine. The views go up, even the hubscore goes up, yet the Profile score comes down hour by...
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