There are probably many reasons. One is that if you have a high Hubber score, potential readers are more likely to take you seriously, and to read one of your hubs on a topic that they're only marginally interested in. In other words, a high Hubber score generates traffic. Of course, there's always an element of American competitiveness.
Larry's right. I also think that it is helpful for increasing traffic because when you get a 100 hubscore, you move to the top of the "Hubbers" list. (You can find this list above, next to "Answers".)
Because we all strive to be the best and a score of 100 gives a little bit of that feeling.
For many 100 is just a number. Is traffic from hubpages really to be taken into consideration after hitting 100 ?
TO make the really BIG BUCKS that's why.Does that make sence to you.
by John D Wilson7 months ago
What's your exception of "good" traffic on Hubpages? Daily, do you want 100, 200, 500?I just read about a lady who hit the 1 million visitor mark. It took her 5 years to do it. That's 200,000 views per year,...
by Fluffymetal7 years ago
First of all, JOB WELL DONE!! Do you have any secrets about keeping a high score that you would be kind enough to share?
by Marisa Wright4 years ago
I'd like to suggest we get rid of Hubber Score - and perhaps even Hub Scores. They:- are constantly misunderstood;- cause a lot of upset and grief in the forums; and- encourage newbie Hubbers to direct their...
by Shadesbreath5 years ago
Ok, so, on rare occasions, I hit 100 as a hubber score. I like to think it's because of my literary genius, but the truth is, it only proves that HubPages still hasn't figured out how to master it's search-engine...
by Beverly Buckner4 years ago
How do they determine what your hubber score is and why does it fluctuate?
by Janis Leslie Evans2 years ago
I used to be totally addicted to HP, couldn't wait to log on everyday to see what was happening, who and what was popping in the forums, what interesting hub made HOTD, and of course, how my stats and earnings were...
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