Will I every get more than 64 Score?

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  1. Amariah profile image58
    Amariahposted 9 years ago

    Will I every get more than 64 Score?

    Well, I am observing my profile or hubber score which is stopped at 64 its not increasing since last few days. I want to know what it really meant and why its not increasing, is it my permanent score? will it increase? Actually before publishing the second hub it was 72 but its directly 64? I am not understanding it, I am getting angry, can anybody help me? please tell me and what should I do, and please don't tell me to read the community help page or anything because I don't like reading too much means long pages

    Thank You!

    Angel Amariah

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    cjaroszposted 9 years ago

    Hub pages glitches a lot. Earnings, and scores, and a lot more. Every once in a while it will freeze for a couple of days. Nothing to worry about.

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    sheilamyersposted 9 years ago

    I checked you profile and saw you've been a member for a couple of weeks and have two hubs. I'm not trying to say your score shouldn't be moving up, but those two things are probably a factor. When I first started and only had three or four hubs, I had the same concern because my score wasn't going up. I think it was almost a month before I got above 65, then it took off. Also, your participation affects your score. The more you leave comments, ask/answer questions, and leave responses/start threads in the forums the more your score will raise. You hubs are the bulk of your hubber score, but the other things rate as well. Don't let the low score you have right now bother you too much because it will improve.

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      dragonflycolorposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      great advice sheila!

    2. Phyllis Doyle profile image92
      Phyllis Doyleposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Very well said, Sheila.

  4. Diana Lee profile image82
    Diana Leeposted 9 years ago

    Don't pay much attention to the hub scores.  They are not worth getting upset about as not many understand them.  Mine was stuck on 87 for months and it made no difference about what activity I was involved in or my traffic.  Just do your best and you'll enjoy your time here.

  5. ktnptl profile image80
    ktnptlposted 9 years ago

    Keep writing great hubs, give answers in community, read more hubs and provide insightful comments and your score will increase. Profile score is average of your hub score and your activation in community. Do not worry much about the score, just keep up great work.

  6. William15 profile image89
    William15posted 9 years ago

    I think the biggest factor is plenty of high quality material. Add a few capsules to your hubs (photos, videos, polls, content, etc.) and publish a few more high quality hubs and see how things change.

  7. jhehe profile image89
    jheheposted 9 years ago

    Just ignore it. I started hubbing with a score of 83, then jumped to 92, now sits flat at 91. This fluctuation happened after I submitting my forth hub. After that hub became featured, the page views per day just fell by half compared to when it was non-featured. I really think it's just mumble jumble as my writing style did not change much from hub to hub.

  8. Jodah profile image91
    Jodahposted 9 years ago

    H Amariah,
    I have read your hubs and they are good and contain a wealth of information, but you only have two. You can't expect miracles over night. I only wrote three hubs originally and my score was in the 60's, now I have over 60 hubs and my score is always in the high 80s. The more you write and the more followers and readers you get, the higher your score will be.
    I notice English is not your first language and is a difficult language to get right. You need to keep practicing, or maybe get someone else to edit your hubs, and they will become more popuar. Good luck.

    1. Amariah profile image58
      Amariahposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      so how may hubs should i need to write?

    2. Jodah profile image91
      Jodahposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Maybe try to write at least one hub per week. It shouldn't take long then. Also visit as many other hubs as you can to see what works and leave comments. The more people who get to know you the more traffic you will get.

  9. TwerkZerker profile image78
    TwerkZerkerposted 9 years ago

    Hubber/profile score isn't a permanent thing, but it can stagnate from time to time (and that can be annoying!). As William15 said, part of what determines Hubber scores are the quality of your content, the number of hubs you have, the actual Hub scores of each hub, etc.

    Activity on HubPages also goes into factoring your Hubber score. Commenting on others' hubs, rating (or "hopping") new hubs, answering questions, posting in the forum, and leaving feedback can all help to increase this score.

    Hope this helps!

  10. Blessed Success profile image73
    Blessed Successposted 9 years ago

    You have only just been here for 3 weeks. You are doing well as long as you keep moving forward. Don't worry about scores and how many views etc. Enjoy the process of writing and keep writing.  The more you post the better and faster you'll get. Don't worry about any of that and you will be amazed how free you will be to just be yourself and express what is important to you.  That is what will work!  Keep up the great work.

  11. Phyllis Doyle profile image92
    Phyllis Doyleposted 9 years ago

    I agree with William15. Also, it is normal for a profile score to drop when new hubs are published. Eventually, with more traffic your score will rise up again. Sheila Myers has some really good points to remember.


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