Traffic to my hubs have plummetted, but my hubscore has increased. Why?
While things like outside traffic have a factor in HubScore, scores here are just part of the built-in "reward" system that's been designed to get people to participate more. Posting, answering, rating all contribute to your HubScore and the more you do those things, along with writing quality Hubs, the higher it can go.
But HubScore doesn't mean anything outside of HubPages. So once you get past the no-follow/do-follow threshold (a 75 author score) your score may not have any relevancy to success or earnings.
I think the more you participate in forums ,give answers ,writing quality hub..your hubscore will improve
by Steven Miller6 years ago
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by Audrey Hunt5 years ago
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by Brian Loewer6 years ago
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by Palis Pisuttisarun3 years ago
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by SilentMagenta3 years ago
How do I get my hubscore to stop being 58?I write questions and answer questions and Nothing happens help me.
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