If you do not write every day, does your hubpage score decrease?
I am very competitive and I like my score above a 90 because in my mind that is an A. I was just curious if I don't write every day like I have been doing, if my score will go down.
Sometimes my score skyrockets on days I don't publish, and falls on days I do. I publish 5 days a week and I'm happy with just working on my hubs everyday. My score doesn't worry me unless it REALLY drops; but then again, I'm not that competitive.
HubScores are designed to change constantly based on a combination of factors and whether you choose to post every day (like you've been doing) or take three weeks off from the site entirely (as I'm about to do to go traveling) you'll find that your scores still go up and down.
Even if you get your score up to 100, there might be people on the site with scores in the 80s who are making more money than you.
Well I am competitive and gotta ask does your Hub score make you any money?
Then who cares, obviously you do, I don't. Since your Hub score fluctuates what does that tell you about your idea of grades?
Hub Scores are an overrated dimension of Hub Pages and has no real bearing on how the public rates your writing, or how much money you earn.
How much I make is important, but money is not the reason I write.
Same here, I really don't write for money and I'm sure that I could make more Blogging but I like Hub Pages and the community.
It's hard to say for sure because there are so many factors involved. My hubscore is higher now than it was when I was consistently publishing new content. In addition to this, my current traffic level is less than what it used to be. I really don't know what to make of this.
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