It's like the local temperature. Up . . .down . . . back up.
I will ask 'why does mine (sometimes) go up', when I don't do anything?
It is one of life's deep mysteries that we don't need to know right now.
I noticed the same thing but it seems that comments and traffic seem to affect it. I haven't been hubbing long enough to know for certain but from what i have seen so far that's my theory.
I do think a lot of it has to do with how you participate on this site. Keeping yourself "out there" seems to be a large part of it.
Of course I'm sure the quality and quantities of your hubs also matters but, having only one hub yet myself, I'm not sure how much that figures in.
various factors including number of visitors and ads click i think!
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