How do some hubbers maintain a hub score above 80 without apparently doing ANY hub activity?
Some hubbers' most recent activity was over 12 months ago yet their hub score is 80? How do they do it?
It must be that their hubs are gaining a lot of traffic. I do know my own score would go down if I didn't interact on here, be it the hub hopper, answers or even reading hubs.
But the whole point of being on hubpages is to write hubs and interact with other hubbers.
I regularly travel and am off-line for several weeks at a time a few times per year and my HubScore doesn't hardly change during those periods.
The most important factor to HubScore is quality content that draws traffic from search engines to your Hubs regardless of your efforts.
by Melanie Shebel6 years ago
hub:/hub/Non-Destructive-TestingJust wondering like if there's anything I can do as a user to "hop" older hubs or something. I often come across hubbers with extremely low hub scores (like 1 or 5) and I was...
by Fluffymetal7 years ago
First of all, JOB WELL DONE!! Do you have any secrets about keeping a high score that you would be kind enough to share?
by Robin Edmondson4 years ago
Hello Hubbers. We are very excited to announce a week long challenge. Check out our Blog post for more information! Good luck!
by james02118 years ago
When your Hubber-score, which is the number on your avatar, is 75 or above and the hub in question is 40 or above.
by Kmadhav4 years ago
In my Hubs all links are Do-follow but when I started this community all links are no-follow.Can anyone tells me how Hub pages decides Do-follow and no-follow links in hubs ?
by Barbara Badder4 years ago
My author score is now 88. I've been active on the forums, hopping hubs, and answering questions. I haven't had this low of score since when I first started. Does removing poorly performing hubs cause author scores to...
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