Is it normal for hubscores to fluctuate? Why won't my score increase no matter what I do?
Previously I was gaining points by participating, then I got a violation for having a short hub with too man ads. I ammended this problem but my score is not re-adjusting. Do I have to wait to gain my score back through votes; did hubpages put a lock on my score until the violation is cleared; and does getting a violation negatively affect your hubscore?
Please link relevant material for the less resource-savvy individuals.
I can't answer that question specifically. Perhaps someone else can hook you up with a link for more information. However, I do see that you've only been on HP for 8 days, and your score is already above 80. I think it takes a while for it to go up, and it seems you're doing really well. I'll let someone else address the violation and what that might mean. I just wanted to point out what I observed. Good luck!
yes I've worked very hard to get my score up. Now it's reached a standstill.
Your hubber score of 80 is very high for being such a new hubber. As to the hub score of the hub that included a violation and then was amended, it will generally take a few days for that score to begin to increase again. Remember that other factors are also included in the hub score--popularity and searchability of the Hub and Hub topic play heavily into the score.
Here are a couple links to answers from the Learning Center:
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/hubs … bber-score
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/4-1- … d-rankings
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