Why is my hubscore falling, despite higher view count?
Why is my hubscore falling despite publishing exponentially quality hubs, and receiving more followers and accolades?
Your hubscore is a bit of a mysterious number, dependent on many things such as number and quality of comments, answers, forum activity and so on. Having more followers is great, accolades too, but I'm not expert enough to know if these contribute towards increased hubscore.
The bottom line is - write hubs with informative quality content, participate in the forums, comment, answer and so on........then do it some more!!
In time your hubscore should reach a decent level.
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