What is the criteria for the rating system in hubpages?
I want to know why the rating on each of my hubs keeps changing, and what is the basis for the rating and changes.
I don't think anyone truly knows the answer to this, the score is meaningless anyway. Some of my most commented and highest viewed hubs occasionally drop to the bottom of my list then they go right back up. I just make sure they all stay above 70 for the most part
by shreekrishna 9 years ago
i think hubpages should introduce a rating system ,it can be both negative as well as positive.so that whenever a good post is written people can rate.hubpages can also relate this to affect hubscore.from this ,thos people who are spaming ,or writing few words post.should decrease ,for increasing...
by anime_nanet 9 years ago
In my latest hub regarding the top 10 anime openings <snipped link> I felt the need to add a 5-star rating system to help the viewers undestand why a particular opening scored better than the others...Sadly Hubpages didn't help me doing this... Even in the text editor, when you go to custom...
by Harvey Stelman 8 years ago
This is something I swear I will never understand, I guess I'm not supposed to.
by Satori 10 years ago
Often, we'll be reading Hubs to find a specific answer or solution to something in our lives. And often, we'll get to the end and be "too busy" to rate it. This is understandable; I do it too. Even though I know that by giving a Hub a Thumbs Up or Thumbs Down, I will be...
by M. T. Dremer 5 years ago
Should books have a content rating system like movies?My wife works for a publishing company and one of the frequent complaints they get is that their books (specifically the one the customer purchased) is too graphic in one way or another. Part of that is a lack of research on the consumers part,...
by Robert Casto 6 years ago
How does the rating system work? Im a 85, but my best hub is rated at 81
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