Want to ask fellow hubbers how to maintain the score of hubs? its rather confusing! Any advice!
This is a question almost everyone has, new or old, and the answer is rather varying.. There are few things that you can do, though,
1 Write quality articles
2. Get yourself involved in the community, asking or clarifying things for others and
3. Hop some hubs
These are some pointers and there would be many more... So, then get started with the basics.. All the best!!
If you mean your hubber score, which is the number located on the lower right-side of your profile image, it would be best to participate more in the HubPages community in order to help increase this score. You can do this by publishing more hubs, commenting on other people's hubs, asking and answering questions, posting in the forums, etc.
If you mean your hub's hub score, which is the individual score of each of your hubs, some of the factors involved in computing this is the length of the hub, your overall hubber score and the uniqueness of your hub. It would help to follow the "need some goals?" at the upper right side of a hub in edit mode, which includes having properly attributed images, a lot of text and even some polls and other capsules.
It's also important to note that hub scores and hubber scores normally fluctuate up and down daily. To find out more about this, you can also check out the learning center guide on this topic. Here's the link: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/hubs … bber-score . Hope this helped.
From what I have observed, the Hub score and the hubber score fluctuate and are dependent on various factors, namely, your activeness at HubPages, the quality of your Hubs, your page views etc. The more involved you are here, better the score.
Activity includes writing quality content as per the guidelines in 'Learning Center', asking questions and answering too, participating in the Forums, reading other's hubs and commenting as well.
If your hubs keep on getting good traffic the hub score goes up and up.
Adding to what others have said (I can't top Ceres Scharz's answer, well done there!), HubScore is a pain to get high but once you're there it's difficult to reduce it. The thing is that the system doesn't work as intended and isn't intelligent enough to determine how to keep your score high. Answering questions and commenting on other people's hubs is the best way, the worst ways believe it or not are to make hubs, regardless of quality or quantity, and reply to comments. I'm not trying to troll here, I'm just giving my personal experiences, but at least such an answer will get you involved in other people's works rather than your own, thus you'll get more followers and interest! ^^
But how come replying to a comment lead to dwindling scores?
That's very odd, but as I said, the system is so defective it can't tell good from bad. That's why you shouldn't worry nor trust too much in someone's HubScore ^^
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