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Some of the responses may answer your question, including my theory about hubscore. I used to stress over it a lot until I realized there are factors out of our control that change hubscores. My advice is to continue writing consistently, producing quality hubs, and continue community involvement with the primary intent of learning as much as you can from other hubbers.
As far as I can tell, publishing Hubs consistently is the best way to get a high Hub Score. Getting involved in forums, asking questions, and commenting on other Hubs may make a difference, but publishing seems to be the main factor.
Rock_nj and janshare are perfect examples of what one must to be be successful and to keep your hubpages scores high. I, sometime have problems repeating, verbatim, what two great hubbers have already said, so I just support the great statements that other hubbers have made, in this case, the hubbers Rock_nj and janshare.
Therefore, I say, follow their great advice and become a winning hubber.
i think is how active is your participation in forums, answering questions, hub hopping. When more people read your hubs, the score naturally goes up. For those going down, be careful, the hub may end up unfeatured anytime.
I think it has to do with how many times the hub is being viewed, the scores the hub receives when it is graded via "Hop a Hub," and whether it receives feedback or is ranked up or down by readers. These factors are constantly changing, thus the fluctuating hub score. That's my best guess, anyway.
by Mrs. Menagerie7 years ago
Why does it bug me so much when I see my hubscores going down? It is not supposed to matter, especially when it is just a point or 2 but it really gets to me.
by Robin Edmondson4 years ago
Hello Hubbers. We are very excited to announce a week long challenge. Check out our Blog post for more information! Good luck!
by LindaSmith13 years ago
I took a hiatus for awhile from Hub Pages! However, in the past week or so, I have added new hubs participated in forums, asked a question or two, participated with the Hub Hopper, have read some Hubs, yet my...
by Barbara Badder5 years ago
My author score is now 88. I've been active on the forums, hopping hubs, and answering questions. I haven't had this low of score since when I first started. Does removing poorly performing hubs cause author scores to...
by heart4theword8 years ago
Am active on the forums, and getting a few new fans and joining up with a few writers...things look good. Then when I post a new hub my points go down 2-3 points and creep back up within 2-3 days. Does...
by Sondra Rochelle4 years ago
For a very long time now my hubber score has lingered between 96 and 100. About a week ago it dropped to 93, and now is down to 91. Although people say this score does not matter, it matters to me. ...
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