Why isn't my article rated at 100?
There are currently 1,730 articles on Golf on Hubpages. If you click on "HOT", one of my articles is number one. If you click on "BEST", my article is number five. So, why doesn't it have a score of 100? What does it take? It only has a score of 89.
Hi discovery2020! I haven't reached your pinnacle in hubpages. "Best" usually has a high hub score in the category. "Hot" means people are currently reading it. Regarding the hubscore, it has a logarithm which they say it's complex. Your score of 89 is pretty good to me:-)
Only one of my articles has ever reached 100. The score really is not important anyway.
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