I have created a hub and it has got 29 visitors .I'm grateful for that.
But why has the score stayed still at 50. Any guesses?
Please visit the hub at
http://hubpages.com/hub/lost-225-pound- … n-8-months
Give it time. Why would you expect for something to just instantly rise up if little time had been taken to evaluate it's real worth?
i think your stuck at 50 because of the ongoing stats issue and major site additions
In my opinion, hub scores change with the weather for no real reason that I have ever found. That doesn't matter though. What matters is your fans. they are the ones that creat your views, and that is how you make money. My score could be 0 and I'd be happy!
Mike NV, I was very curious as this is the first time I saw this happening.Thanks for the answer.
Subfirged, Thanks for the technical answer.
Bloodnlatex, thanks for the answer. Check this answer I got from yoshi.
Your hub score starts at zero and slowly rises. This is a method the site uses to weed out the spammers. As time goes on you will see your score continue to rise, so long as you write good hubs and interact regularly with the community.
I hope this helps.
Doh! I thought you were talking about hub author scores ... hub scores start at 50 and also tend to rise over time. A lot of their rise depends on traffic, though there are other mitigating factors. Sorry for the confusion.
As the stats were down for a day or so this would definitely be able to hold a hub at 50.
Well I did have about two hubs at 63 but it does keep changing. I am planning on working my legs off to improve my old hubs and how to write new ones.
It has become 39 visitors in one day. Thank you for visiting very much.
Thank you Patty insight.I'm really impressed by your profile.
Yoshi97 thank you very much for clarifying.
wsp2469 thank you very much.
Jessicab thank you very much.
I'm grateful for the 40 visits in the day. Its score is 60 now.Thanks to all people who visited and also clarified my doubts.
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