It's your score in Hubpages. It's based on your activities here - writing and publishing hubs, visiting and commenting on others' hubs, helping others, and various other things. The highest score is 100 and there are only a few holding that score among MANY hubbers. Just keep active and see what happens.
it is your hubscore and it rates you based on an algorithm . You can find out more about it on http://hubpages.com/faq/#hubscore
That's your author rating. I don't know just how it's calculated, but in general the more and the better you write, and the better received it is, the higher it will be. It will shift around a bit all the time normally, and in my experience tends to be highest early in the day, and then falls toward evening. (We are talking just a few points, perhaps two or three.)
It is your over all author score. HubPages ranks its writers on a scale of 1 to 100, with 100 being the best (this is also done on each individual hub you write). This link may help you understand more about how things are done around here, you should check it out!
Hope this helps!
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Mine is 70. I have written 78 Hubs. I wonder what will happen if I write 300. LOL!
It looks like you've gotten a bunch of great answers to your question. I just want to add, from my own experience, while it's nice to aim for a high hubscore (and we all obviously do it) you definitely shouldn't fixate on your score too much. If you do, it can make you crazy, and it can take a lot of the joy out of what is otherwise an awesome place to write and express yourself. Enjoy the process and your score will go up naturally!
The number shown besides your profile score is called hubber score. The score indicates the performance as an author and a contributor to the community. With quality hubs and contribution to hubpages, your hubber score will rise. The profiles with 75 score and above get preference to get more traffic. The hubber score may fluctuate, but there is no reason to be anxious. Ok, best of luck.
It's your overall author score. It will automatically increase after you first sign up.
i am also new and i published juts 2 hubs 4 days ago...my score is 62 is that good for a start ?
Thank you for the anwers, I was also curious as a beginner what does than number mean.
Thanks a lot for your kind answers, guys. As a newbie, I was wondering the same
I was wondering about the number for a good few hours there, thanks for letting us know!
I'd be interested to hear more about how the number is calculated and whether the number has any impact on article visibility etc.
Okay, once more old time's sake.
The Hubber score is calculated by starting with your shoe size and multiplying that number by the last three digits of your social insurance number. That total is divided by the circumference, in millimetres, of a randomly selected rutabaga.
The final step is tricky, it involves either adding or subtracting, nobody knows which, of the value “X.” The actual value of “X” is unknown, even to HubPages.
I thought it denoted our "hubber age"?
Just like there are cat years and dog years, I thought that the number was saying that I was 98 "hubber years" old?
It certainly feels that way most days!
by Missy 11 years ago
Sorry if this is a silly question, but I'm completly new to hubpages and trying to learn my way around. There is a number on the bottom right of my profile picture that is different everyday, just wondering what it represents? and what does it mean if it's going up? Thanks
by Wifi Student 9 years ago
Can anyone tell me the actual meaning of the number that appears and keeps on changing on the profile pictures of each hubber.
by Ricky Rodson 8 months ago
I got like 10 posts stuck in the mid 70's that I want to get to 80 so I can submit them to networks. What are some surefire ways to increase your score without changing everything? I use the same format on two hubs with similar subjects and one gets 93 and the other gets 77...so frustrating.
by Juliette Kando F I Chor 11 years ago
Who votes for a larger profile picture on our hubs?The minimum avatar size I would be happy with is only 100px. That is twice the size of our current minuscule 50 px avatars. Because many of my Hub Titles occupy 2 lines, the lay-out would look better too.What do you think?
by lady rain 12 years ago
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by TINA V 14 years ago
I believe on the value of confidentiality of online writers. Hubpages do provide that leeway to all hubbers to decide the kind of profile pictures to post. However, no offense to anybody but I just felt disgusted to see a picture of a half—naked body in our forum. I am not sure if...
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