Why does an unpublished hub have a hubscore?
Does anyone know why my unpublished hub that I am still working on has a score already? I am new to HubPages and still trying to figure it out.
Actually Hub score is the measure of quality of your publishing hubs. The score you noticed is the starting Hubscore about the topic you writing about and it will be fluctuating. You will get an idea about Hubscore and Hubberscore by visiting the learning center, please go through this link
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/hubs … bber-score
The real mystery is why does the score increase and decrease while unpublished? My theory is that any essay that follows the rules, has some semblence of a structure, and does not have too many grammatical errors will automatically float around with a score of between 50 and 80. Higher scores probably require high volume of traffic, positive feedback, and lots of comments. But I don't know and I don't get it. I'm just glad I can go back and edit.
There are two factors going on with an unpublished hub. One is that the quality of what is written in the text and the uniqueness of your title according to Google bots will affect how high the score is. That aspect is easy to follow.
However, unpublished hubs will automatically go up and down over time, and it is unclear why this happens. There seems to be some mechanism which randomly does this. Once a hub is published, how well it does in traffic will affect the hub score and nothing is random anymore.
Do not worry about the score of your unpublished hubs until you are ready to publish them. They should have a score of at least 45 before you publish them.
The same thing with my unpublished articles and i have scores to i dont know why
by fireatwill41 9 years ago
This really isn't a problem, but rather something I am interested in finding out. I have a few unpublished hubs with little to no content in them, and the thing is, one of these hubs outranks one of my published hubs! I am wondering why that happens and if it is any indication of how good the hub...
by William F Torpey 8 years ago
Just puzzled: How can an unpublished hub attain a higher score than any published hub? (The published hubs with lower scores must be pretty bad!)
by Liam Hallam 4 years ago
After 6 months on the site i've started the really wonder how many backlinks is a reasonable number to any hub, and really to a hub becoming successful? Or is it simply a lottery.What kind of figures do other hubbers consider?
by shazwellyn 9 years ago
I was reading darkside's hub on hubscores.http://hubpages.com/hub/HubscoreIt states the following:Low HubScore ConsequencesWhen the Hubber score (AuthorScore) is below 75 all links in all hubs by the author will have nofollow applied (which means no, or very little benefit in search engine...
by Stacie L 7 years ago
Its funny to me that a new 1400+ word hub is still low in ranking than an unpublished hub...
by Barry Rutherford 9 years ago
Why does one's hubscore go up and down during the day ?
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