My hub score stays between 85-89. I can't get it any higher.
Why can't I get to 90? I make comments every day, I tweak my hubs and try to make better keywords often.
Is there a special skill needed to get to 90?
I've heard that using the hub hopper can increase your score, but I've yet to find this officially documented. However, when I first started, I didn't do much but hub hop and it seemed to increase my score. I use the hopper daily to vote up quality hubs and flag inappropriate hubs. You could also try to ask/answer more questions here on the Q&A.
Hub-hopping and asking, answering questions will definitely bring your hub score up a few points. I have found that answering 3-4 questions will bring my hub score up 2-5 points. If I feel the urge to get to 100, I will do some hub-hopping, answer some questions, maybe ask one if I can think of one that isn't an obvious ploy for hub score points. These done consistently over a period of a week will get me the 5-6 points I need to get up to 100.
Am on a hiatus and haven't written anything for months; however, have been active reading other Hubs, answering questions, and asking a couple. My Hub score hovers in the 90's with almost no interaction . My commenter level is rooted at 4 though; I must be a crummy commenter. lol
Check out this Hubber (http://gmwilliams.hubpages.com) and you'll see for yourself that participation wins all. He probably has no idea what keywords (or even images) are, yet he maintained 99 for days just a couple of day ago. So if you want to boost your score, do what the others said. No need to tweak those Hubs.
After reading everyone's answers I have spent today commenting, answering questions, posting one hub, and doing hub hopping. My score dropped 2 points!
You hubber score will drop for a day or two when you post a new hub until the hub score goes up from views. The activity you are doing will start effecting your hubber score after about 24 hours. Continue this activity for several days.
Glad I could help. I have held at 100 for several days at a time following this formula so you should be able to get on up there before long. Good luck.
Echoing everyone else... it's all about participation. Whenever I start to experience a rapid drop, it reminds me I need to start reading other people's Hubs, leave comments, and vote/share quality hubs.
by sheilamyers2 years ago
I don't worry about hubscores as long as my hubs get featured the first time I hit "publish". I know the score can start off low but can steadily climb over time. Curiosity has finally gotten the better of me...
by carol stanley5 years ago
Do you find if you don't write a hub for a week your score goes down?I haven't written a hub for a week, but have tweeked several hubs and continued commenting and my score dropped several points.
by Catherine Giordano2 years ago
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by 2uesday8 years ago
when they post in a forum. mines 90 - sorry make that 91.
by Mark Ewbie4 years ago
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by Meredith Loughran4 years ago
I was sitting pretty at a 95 for a while. I really liked that number. Suddenly it jumped to 97.Call me crazy but I like that it went higher - kind of - sort of - but you see... Now I want to KEEP...
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