How is the starting score for a hub calculated?
New hubs seem to start out their lives with differing hubscores. Can anyone tell me how this score is determined.
Hello Imogen French! HubScores and Hubber Scores rely on several variables to determine their values. Here is a link from the Learning Center that explains them both in great detail: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/hubs … bber-score I hope that this helps answer your question!
thanks JS Matthew, that certainly helps my understanding, though it does seem to be a little arbitrary!
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