Is it normal to have a high hub score when first starting?
After a few days of posting articles my hub score is at about 70. Just wanted to know if it is going to go down after a while or if it really does mean I'm doing an okay job.
Hi, bodyathletics. I've read some of your hubs and I can say, yes, you are doing a good job. They are informative, interesting, expansive and well written. Keep it up and your score will do likewise. I'll be following you.
I wouldn't say it is normal per se but it is possible. This depends on how many Hubs you have put up and what quality they are as well as how active you are in the community (commenting on other hubs, posting questions, replying to questions and forums, etc.) It seems like you're probably just a fast learner. Good for you and welcome!
I am not sure if it is the norm to start with a high score, but your hubs are interesting. so I would say you are doing a good job. I do not see why your score would go down, I do know that if you stop writing for a while it does drop a little. maybe one or two points.
Some subjects automatically start higher than others. I have had hubs start at 48 and some start at 60. Depending on views, ratings , ect. the number will fluctuate up and down.
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