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Does anyone know how you can check your Hub Karma? Due to the page layout change it has changed.
Where you could normally click the "suggests link" button and see it on the right, that is no longer possible with the new hub layouts. Somebody that keeps up to date - help me!
At this point, HubKarma is a failed experiment that is no longer important, and you shouldn't worry about it.
So it's no longer going to be integrated into Hubpages at all? Will hubscore still be effected by the amounts of links made?
Unfortunately HubKarma encouraged links to random words, which actually produced unrelated links. That backfired when the Panda and Penguin updates happened. People with low Karma lost less traffic from Google than people with high Karma.
Ahh that makes perfect sense, I understand that Panda and Penguin updates made google searches even more efficient? It can now tell that a hub has unrelated links on it (the Google algorithm is becoming well and truly magical)?
Your a good man! Check your e mail please,
Here's the hub: http://wdcurry111.hubpages.com/video/It … -Hub-Karma
yes, no need for that stat and I am so glad hubpages reacted quickly to the Panda effects, and also Penguin.
Even when HubKarma was being heavily promoted, it made very little difference to HubScore or Hubber Score.
I know that because my Hubber score has always been in the high 90's even though my HubKarma score was always pitiful.
by Rafini7 years ago
On your profile page. Too cool! Thanks HubPages team.
by bmthepro7 years ago
I have started hubbing recently and want to know what actually hubkarma does . If I link someone else's hub from my own hub will they know it and link back to mine? how can linking to other's hubs be beneficial to me? I...
by Person of Interest7 years ago
Just a thought...
by ramkkasturi7 years ago
My hub karma score is going high. I don't know if this means I am over linked to other hubs. But some how the traffic is down.No idea if this is because of linking. Does it make sense to believe that those...
by ryankett7 years ago
If it has negatively affected your hubscore... is to link to your other hubpages accounts I don't actually use any other accounts right now, and have a decent Hub Karma already, but just pointing out the obvious flaw in...
by Migodden7 years ago
Ive recently gone through all of my hubs to try to increas my hub karma. It's raised now to 90, and I should say it got there quite quick (in about 4 days). However, it has not affected my traffic AT ALL. I mean i...
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