Do you think participating in forum discussions affects your hub score?
Is participation in forum debates, particularly on religion, extremism or politics regarded negatively by the HubPage censorship? I have observed my HubScore which is otherwise quite steady plummet after I have had a discussion on a forum. Am I justified in this assumption? If yes, it seems highly incongruous to allow for such forums and then penalize people for expressing opinions different from the run-of-mill. If no, I am sorry for jumping to conclusions.
It is an automated process, where forum activity is generally rewarded. If several people flagged you for forum posts, hypothetically your posts could be seen as a negative type of community behavior that might adversely impact your score.
I was wondering that. I'm a new hubber, so my score is low. It was at 38 yesterday. I participated a little in the forum, and my score is now 29. I didn't write anything that would raise any flags, unless folks simply don't like my sense of humor. (I guess I can understand that, heh).
by A Ercoli6 years ago
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by Threekeys3 months ago
hear your thoughts.My thoughts are...none of us in way way have no right to make a judgement. Perhaps only slightly if we were to make a comment on the subject we are employed to work with or research. Only then, can we...
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