Why does my hubber score go down after I comment on a lot of hubs?
same thing happens with my score. I can guess, but leave it to the people involved in the setting of the algorithm. Good luck
It is what we write that counts in our comments. If you are going to comment on a lot of hubs make sure that what you say is different and unique to each hub. This will help to boost your hubscore.
you must not be a very good commenter
side note - why do you even care? Hubscore will fluctuate no matter what you do. Extreme consistency and updates to your site is the only thing that will keep it up (assuming it's all good content)
Do not just comment, just give a meaningful comment. I think your site traffic will rise. Encourage others, they will do the same to you. Good luck!
Many of the comments I write feel like mini hubs. I even edit many times to make sure what I say has something to do with the content. A good comment enhances the SEO of the hub. There have been very few times my score has dropped doing it this way.
Comments can be about the subject , ,photos, research, how it helped you, choice of words, organization, layout, It's all about the hubber's writing skills and anything else you wish to add.
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