What are your hub scores? I've got 86, but I'm pretty new here and hoping to improve!
Mine is 82. Keep on writing quality hubs and it will improve. But please note what matters is not the hub score, but the traffic. I mean the viewership for your articles.
Mine keeps rising or falling depending on how active I am for days together. Sometimes, publishing a hub causes sudden rise in hub-score, while other times, answering lots of questions or reaching a milestone also improves the hub-score. It usually falls when the traffic to me hubs decrease with time, or when I haven't logged in for days together.
Seems a little random, but length and content quality seem to have some bearing, right?
Sure, length and quality are very important. Along with that, enough traffic generation. I would say that my number of views improved quite a bit after sharign my articles over twitter.
I have an average hub score of 80 and individual hub scores range between 69 and 95. Those go up and down depending on the number of views and other things. For my hubber score, it's currently 94. It's been as high as 98, but I'm happy as long as it's in the 90s. You're hubber score will get higher over time. As for actual initial hub scores, at least with me, it seems to be at the whim at whoever at HP rates it when I publish it.
by M. Toni 3 years ago
I've been on here for a few years, and I guess I never really understood the point of these scores. They don't seem to provide any real value to the user and I can't convince myself that they add value because they fluctuate so much.What's the point? Am I supposed to use these scores to tell me...
by Faith Reaper 4 years ago
I am just curious, all 92 hubs of mine are featured. In your opinion, should one delete (although Featured) any hubs where the score on a particular hub has eventually dropped way down from when it was initially high at one point? Or would it be better to just unpublish and later...
by Kate Swanson 4 years ago
I'd like to suggest we get rid of Hubber Score - and perhaps even Hub Scores. They:- are constantly misunderstood;- cause a lot of upset and grief in the forums; and- encourage newbie Hubbers to direct their efforts in entirely wrong directionsFor instance, I've known newbie Hubbers stop...
by Sleepylog 4 years ago
I'd love to read other hubbers' highest ranked hubs to see if there's anyway I could improve some of mine. Maybe we could all learn from each other that way. My coconut milk soap recipe hub has the best score of all of my hubs with a score of 100. Then I have a few more in the 90s, 80s and 70s. I...
by Catherine Giordano 3 years ago
My Hub "People Almost Met: Lily at the Pool" recently had a hub score of 100 and stayed at the level for about two weeks. Now it is in the 60's. It has lots of comments and about average views (for my hubs). Anyone know what I can do about this?
by GwennyOh 5 years ago
As asked in title. I know it's subjective, but in your opinion, what is the lowest score you would allow an article to remain up before editing or un-publishing it?Understand that I am new here, so putting feelers out on how to do it right!
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