Hubscore sliding down
What is it that someone can say to cause people to keep voting his or her comments down so much? down 11 points in one day thats a record
One of the great mysteries of hublife! I think you probably need to publish more quality hubs and provide thoughtful comments on other hubs (not just answer questions). My hubscore has stayed in the high 90s for weeks, and I definitely notice publishing and commenting have a positive effect (and that's most of what I do!)
I have no idea whether having questions voted down affects your hub score - I hope not, because it would discourage people being open in their answers. Good luck!
@LauraGT thank you for taking the time to answer my question i really appreciate your answer.
The number one cause of a sharp drop in HubScore over a short period of time is following lots of other authors.
The number two cause is unoriginal Hub content or having multiple Hubs unpublished.
The number three cause is loss of a significant amount of web traffic.
Votes on comments has almost no effect on HubScores.
by Tina 8 years ago
So my author hubscore has been consistantly going down. I am at 93 today which is lower than I have been in many months. Lately I have been addding a lot of hubs, at least one per day over the lat two weeks. However many of them are hubs that promote the selling of...
by Tina 9 years ago
So I will post a few links to my hubs for you to look over. (Please??) Would like some commentary on my writng style and if the hub is interesting enough. Seems as though I have an acceptable hub score but not a lot of fans.Please tell me what you feel.. I won't cry .. much ...
by Csanad 8 years ago
I have read that some bloggers disable their comments. This way other bloggers who want to discuss will have to write a separate article on that blogpost on their on blogs, so they have to link back to the original blog. This means more incomig links, hence higher SEPR, which in turn increases...
by The Bard 9 years ago
I think I was premature to brag about my score at 80. I'm down to 75 now!I've only made two hubs - so I'm duly chastened!As long as it doesn't reach my age - then I will really worry!
by Dr. John Anderson 5 years ago
Have you noticed that your Hubscores have been submerging lately? But of course they don't matter and we are told to ignore them. Something is afoot on the old flip flop flipper. I suspect that the traffic contribution has been toned down and QAP is more dominant. It will me nice when hubscore and...
by Barack James 4 years ago
It doesn't make sense to me why old hubs are reducing in scores as the lately published hub's score is rising: I mean; how does a recently published hub affects other hub's score? It's a mystery here!
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