My score seems to drop when I publish articles quickly. What is my best strategy for recovery.
I am relatively new to Hubpages, and there is still so much I don't understand. My perception is that when I publish articles in quick succession my score drops. I have dropped from 96 to 83 in a few weeks. The dropping score seemed to start when I edited several of my hubs by adding commercials and published several new ones in a short period of time. My current theory is that I need to spend more time increasing my fan base to help my score recover.
Is this a false correlation for why my score is dropping? Any ideas on what I should do?
Everything involving your hubber score is speculation. I can leave HP for months and come back to a high score even though I have done nothing. Yet when I get back my score drops the second I become active in the HP community. Also there is no direct link between a high hubber score and more income. I still make the same income no matter if my score is 80 or 95. So instead of stressing yourself over the hubber score simply focus on making quality articles that meet HP standards. As long as you are doing that, eventually you will make money and develop a strong reader base.
Thank you so much for the information, but if you have some insight, I would like to ask one more question. If I continue to write articles that meet HP standards, will my score ever drop so low that my advertising privileges are taken away?
No. You have nothing to worry about as long as you aren't spamming the site or writing poor work. I looked at your articles, and they look great. Just keep it up and you will be fine!
Peeples: Thanks for going out of your way to help me out. I truly appreciate it.
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