If I wont publish new hubs maybe 2 to 3 days what would happen?
I am really enjoying HP community and writing new hubs. But couple of days and in the future I may not work on my other planned hubs due to my studies. so I am really worried on what impact would it gave on me. Firstly I think on my hubscore cause it declines since the last time I published.
As far as your hubscore, that depends on a variety of interactions on HP. Perhaps you could devote a small amount of time each day to reading another person's hub and commenting, participating in forums, or answering questions? Don't worry about your hubscore so much because you could be publishing each day and still have it go down simply because others vote your hubs or answers down. I've not published hubs for a couple months on end but participate, read, and answer questions and this helped keep my score up.
Some days I would spend just twenty or thirty minutes doing these things and other days I would spend a couple hours or more. Also, keep in mind it's not only quantity that maintains or raises or maintains your hubscore, it's quality. Priorities in life are important. Your studies are extremely important, never let those slide. As for HP it will be here whenever you have the time and your hubscore will not drop severely in a short period of time unless you actually have hundreds or thousands of down votes for your hubs and answers.
I am not exactly sure what measures they use to indicate the hubscore, but I do know that there have been time where I was not able to publish hubs for over a month and it did not make my scores go down. I really depends on the quality and views of the hubs you already have.
It's been over two weeks since I last published a Hub and my Hubber score has barely moved. So I wouldn't sweat it too much if you need to take a break.
Well you might turn out like me. I haven't written a new hub for over a month and still am doing fine with my views. You just need to log in, answer questions, be active in the hubbing community.
Probably nothing. If you are not writing, try to mingle in the community as much as possible. Reading and commenting on hubs, answering and asking questions, etc.
I just published a hub but it had been months before that. You'll be fine if you need to take a break. My score moves only a point or two monthly regardless of what I publish or how much I participate. i still can't figure out how that works.
I often let weeks lapse before publishing another hub. I don't see it a big issue as far as hub scores go. I do try to visit the sight and read, comment or answer questions to stay active everyday when I lack time to work on a hub. Just a few minutes here and there I believe helps others to find their way to your hubs. Every bit of traffic will increase your exposure to the outside world. For me, exposure is the most important reason to be here. I work a full time job and I write other places. I'm working on a book and I'm reading constantly to find ways to improve my creativity. Time is precious. There just doesn't seem to be enough to go around sometimes. Your studies are more important. Perhaps a hub about what you are learning about will help with both your hub score and your studies.
PaoloJpm: How will you see your hub score going up unless and until it drops. Think if your go up from 50 to 80, it will be 60% and with another 20 to score 100 it is just 25%. What do you like 60% rise or to content with just 25% rise. However the Hub Score is all about quality and nothing to do with quantity: http://wqaindia.hubpages.com/hub/Qualit … n-HubPages
yes, hubscore will definitely drop and traffic slow down too. Your hub earning may not be affected because you are still active in HP community.
I realistically work on a couple hubs a week. And have not seen much difference in my earnings. my hubscore has dropped but I need to do other things such as leaving comments, hopping and going in the forums and answering questions
I go weeks, sometimes months, without adding another Hub. I've gone weeks without doing anything on this site at all. My HubScore has pretty much stayed somewhere in the same area plus or minus five points). I obviously can't say what will happen to your score (or my own, for that matter) if you do or don't do one thing or another. I do know, though, that lots of times a lot of activity (like forum posting, question-answering, and even Hub-posting) will cause an immediate drop of a couple/few points in the score before it looks like things settle out again and the score goes back up a couple of points. I also know that following too many people in too short a time can cause a score to really drop.
I know if a person is concerned about going over or under that 75 mark it can seem as if there's more at stake; but honestly, people can't worry about monitoring their HubScore. Just enjoy the site and do your thing in your own time. The person who aims to write good quality Hubs doesn't usually have a lot of trouble getting/keeping their score well over that 75 (unless that person does so much community activity that he runs the risk of looking like he's "wildly participating" in the hopes of increasing his visibility on the site.
It looks to me like you've got a whole lot of community activity in a short time on your profile, so I wouldn't be surprised if your score actually goes up some if you're not active for a couple of days. (Not saying that it will - only that there's the chance it could.) In general, people with solid quality Hubs will find that their score gets into the 80's and 90's quite quickly after the first few Hubs. At the same time, people have driven their scores down to zero by following too many people all at once.
Something that can boost the individual score on each Hub, too, might be running a grammar/spelling checker for (sometimes) relatively minor errors/oversights in English grammar.
Your score isn't bad for someone who's only been here a few weeks. There's a good chance it could go up without your doing much of anything other than giving yourself a little more time on the site. The site doesn't demand all kinds of daily attention, so people can just relax and do what works best for them (as far as level-of-activity goes).
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