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What should I do to keep my Hubber Score from fluctuating?
I am aiming for at least a 95 Hubber Score but I cannot seem to reach my goal. Every time I reach the score of 90, it slides back to 88 or 87. What should I do to keep it from slipping off?
You're not alone houseofjcjee! Hub scores do tend to go up slowly and come tumbling down quickly! It's like climbing a tough mountain - you've got to go steady and keep an even pace if you want to reach the top. Coming down is the easy part!
In my own experience my hub score goes up when I:
* write maybe two or three good quality comments once every two days on hubs I like.
* answer a question every other day.
* chip in with a forum thread every so often.
* try to write a hub each week, or twice a week if there's time. If you can write a longer hub- always with original content - and include good quality images so much the better.
This is not an exact science but you should see your hub score rise after a sustained effort (ten days to a fortnight?).
If your score doesn't rise then you'll have to check through your HubPages habits. Do you comment often enough? Are you active each or every other day?
Keep up the hard work!
I wish you all the luck in the world.
Admittedly, I do not write hubs consistently. But I do post comments and answer questions as much as I can.
Great answer. You're very helpful and considerate to take the time to write your answers.
Thank you houseofjcjee for asking that question and thank you chef-de-jour for the great answer. I have just started on HubPages yesterday. These kinds of pointers are exactly what I was looking for.
Hub scores certainly do fluctuate. You are right there! I try to maintain activity on the site, by at least commenting on a few hubs a day. Take time to vote for hubs that you like and share ones of interest.
I think the score reflects both your activity within the community as well as regularly publishing hubs.
The algorithm for the hubscore, from what I hear, is quite complicated and no one can quite figure out the formula!
Be patient and with consistency you will get there!
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