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How have you kept your hubscore in the 90s?
Since I joined, I've been able to keep my score above 90 (once I got there). I was thinking about writing a hub about that. Any suggestions on how you think you've kept your score in the 90's? or how your score may have dropped for some reason? Thanks....
Publish articles regularly (about once a month works), have a few popular hubs that attract traffic, participate in answering questions or forums or both. Leave comments and feedback, hop hubs and other things. You don't have to do all of these things, but they all help.
It's really just site wide active participation. I know, for instance - that I don't "hop hubs" enough to stay at 98, 99, or 100. I steadily comment hubs, answer questions, comment forums, and publish - if I hoped more hubs - then I'd stay high 90's.
Also, your average hub score plays a big part - I've still got some low scoring hubs that I need to improve or delete; I just KNOW that that matters too.
I think there is a relationship with the hubscore and the quality of the content being presented. Although I don't reach for numbers because my main objective has been solely to write and receive feedback which could help me, I have no complaints about my score being in the 90s. I also think the quality of the content covers how the content is generated, i.e., grammar, punctuation, spelling, etc. and the presentation.
Also, wesman, you have a high score (in the 90s), so I'm thinking that you have quality hubs, plus participation. I think anything in the upper 80's or 90's is good, but I thought the 90
s is significant.....And I was trying to figure out why I have stayed there....Thanks for the input!
A couple weeks ago my score was 99. Now I'm doing way more hopping, commenting, writing more hubs, leaving more fanmail -- and I'm a mere 91. Frankly I'm convinced the system is bunk. I don't feel it's very meaningful, and I don't think it reflects the feedback I've been receiving or the work I've been putting in.
I was 93 but since my pc broke I am now in the high 80s I think its participation everyday. Before my pc broke I was on hubs in the AM before work, on it at lunch, on it when I got home, and on it later after super and soon after the kids went to bed. Now Its slowly going back up. Good quality hubs feedback are a plus but not a must. Just my opinion. Just my experiance with hubs so far!
Hmmm... I'm still rather new and trying my best to get there - but from what people have told me, I think it's "natural participation" and the quality of your hubs, that get (and keep) one score high. With natural participation I mean that you shouldn't comment and rate too much a day, but don't not comment at all either.
i think you have to write suitable data on your hub.. Continuously publish your hub with apropriate data it surely increase your score..
hubtivity is the secret and by that i mean doing anything you can do in hub pages, ranging from comments on hubs, rating hubs, answering questions and participating in forums, plus good hubs.
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