Is a ranking of 91 good after 3 weeks?
or does every one hit that and then drop down? I'm no trying to flaunt my score, just grasp a sense of the success I am having. Thanks!
It's phenomenal actually. However, don't be disappointed if your Hubscore drops. Frankly, it does little for you except make your profile look nicer. Just keep writing quality hubs and the Hubscore will rise on its own.
Is your goal just to have a high HubScore? If so, then you are on the right track. However, once you are over 75 (the no-follow/do-follow threshold for outgoing links) most people start to look at their audience or their earnings. And a high HubScore isn't necessarily indicative of having either the amount of traffic or earnings that you desire.
Also remember that HubScores don't have any meaning or influence outside of HubPages.
Good question. I've been here about 3 weeks also and have hovered between 85 and 95 since the middle of my second week. I have noticed that the more I participate by hopping hubs and leaving comments, the higher my scores go. I did have to laugh at one point when my score dropped 10 points in a 36-period, which led me to fully grasp that the author score isn't everything here on HubPages. However, for the most part, the authors with scores over 75 seem to be better authors to follow.
It is excellent. I dropped mine down to ONE by being clueless about a couple of things, so have been battling my way up. Past 50 now. Whoohoo! LOL The people on the forums really helped me and I was able to figure out why it dropped so quickly and fix it. So, yes, I would say that 91 is a good score. Way to go!
It's excellent! I've been here on Hubpages over a year and I had only hit 90+ once or twice and only for a few hours. (sigh) I must be doomed to mediocrity.
Welcome to Hubpages! Happy hubbing!
by Mark Brenner 6 years ago
Hey guys! I am very new to this site. I was wondering - My personal hubscore was 23 back when I wrote my first Hubpage. The next day I wrote another and noticed my score had dropped to 11. Today it's dropped to 2.What am I doing wrong that dropping my score?Thanks for the help!
by Steve Andrews 9 years ago
My hubscore is usually from 96 at its lowest to 100 at its best but today it has dropped down to 89 and then to 88 while I have been on the site! This is worrying, especially considering that I posted a new hub last night and thought my score would go up not down!
by Grace Marguerite Williams 4 years ago
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by Liz Elias 2 years ago
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by NunezWillLearn 9 years ago
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