One of my hubs has just got a rating of 96. That's the highest rating for any of my hubs so far. I have other hubs that get more views daily but have a lower score. My guess is that the rating is calculated using a combination of views, links, comments and hub feedback.
If you mean hub score rating then you'd have to produce a hub that is not only informative but full of well written advice and tips on a subject likely to attract a lot of viewers. You'd have to include videos, maps and other essentials to further push up the score.
Your personal score should rise if you increase comments, answers and forum input on a consistent basis. Writing original hubs also helps.
I've never had an individual Hub reach a score of 100 but my author score has hit 100 several times (in fact, it's at 100 right now)... I just post Hubs on a semi regular basis, hit the forums, and answer questions... the more active you are on the site, the more your # goes up.
by Ponx 7 years ago
Is 100 the maximum hubscore a hub can get? And what does it basically indicate?
by Trudy Cooper 3 years ago
Why do you think the hub with the highest score was scored higher than your others? Interested to know.
by chickiecards 4 years ago
How to score 100 with hubpages
by rancidTaste 9 years ago
Can anyone know that by which factors hubpage writings are scored. I don't see any stable score of each page. The score is fluctuated very frequently. One of my hubpage is:http://hubpages.com/hub/OSI-Reference-M … nd-AnswersSeveral times, it has scour of 80. It changing very frequently....
by Sleepylog 4 years ago
I'd love to read other hubbers' highest ranked hubs to see if there's anyway I could improve some of mine. Maybe we could all learn from each other that way. My coconut milk soap recipe hub has the best score of all of my hubs with a score of 100. Then I have a few more in the 90s, 80s and 70s. I...
by Kmadhav 4 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 ?
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