It seemed to me when I received that score about 10 days ago that it had to do with me writing so much more than I had previously. I was beginning the 30 in 30 challenge then (just finished). I watched my scored go up in one evening 98, 99, and 100. It stayed there for a day.
Hub scores are the reason I have been researching other sites. I want to find a good home for articles that I spend much time and effort on, without worrying about what my score is.
No matter what anyone says about algorithms, I think that it random just to keep us on our toes.
Frankly, I'd prefer to spend more time and effort on writing and less on interhubinal activities.
I find that, if I write lots of stuff, my score goes down and, when I ignore HubPages for a while, the score goes up! Seriously, though, it does seem to fluctuate completely independent of any actions that I take.
At the other end of the spectrum, I noticed a Hubber with a score of 1. Was it a misprint,or is it actually possible to have that score without being thrown out of HubPages?
I have noticed a correlation between my frequency of hub posts and my user score. If I don't post for a while, it goes down, if I post a new hub, it goes up. I also think it takes into account site activity (like on the forums and answer sections) as well as number of spelling and grammatical errors. Length of hub, how many pictures it has, and use of different capsules also plays a part. If you post frequently, but the hubs are filled with errors and only use one giant text capsule, it probably won't help your score.
I've noticed that when I actively comment on other hubs (and others comment on mine) my score goes up. I recently reached 100 for about a day when a lot of people were commenting on my hub about supernatural abilities.
by Catherine Giordano 4 years ago
I just have to ask you to celebrate with me. After 7 months, I finally got a hubber score of 100. I never thought I'd see that.Of course, I don't know why, but I must be doing something right.
by Trudy Cooper 3 years ago
Why do you think the hub with the highest score was scored higher than your others? Interested to know.
by Distant Mind 6 years ago
How do you get a rating of 100 here on HubPages?
by Ben Guinter 7 years ago
I've been writing for years and I've never managed to get a hub itself to have a 100 score (the profile is a different story)... but today it finally happened!Oddly enough with a hub I wrote on the 23rd of last month on the topic of traffic (who knew that'd be a hot topic these days )...So I guess...
by Justjed 6 years ago
What Happens When Your Hubscore Hits 100?Just curious to know. What should one do when this happens?
by David 470 8 years ago
I have started not to care about hubscore as much cause it never seems to go up past 97, but I noticed its 99 right now. I wondered if it made it to 100 when I was sleeping? Wonder if anyone noticed lol
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