What's up with this?
http://hubpages.com/hub/What-are-things … ve-your-IQ
I wrote it in response to a question and it has my usual level of detail. When I posted it the score was 48. Now it's 43. What gives?
Yep, I have the same problem in the neighbor thread
I think it's site-wide, but we did not hear from staff yet...
Passing strange it is.
Two people, myself included, answer this question. They are both good answers, neither had commercial "crapola" in them, and they both answer the question in detail.
Both posted at forty-eight points and both are now sitting at forty-three.
LiamBean & Misha -
Please don't get too hung up on HubScore for Hubs that are published within the day or so. HubScores can be on the low end until meaningful data starts to stream in and get computed along with all the other Hubs in the system. We have so many Hubs (over 80,000 at this point) that the computing load has become tremendous and computations for each HubScore aren't instantaneous - there can be a lag.
If your high-quality Hub (and this one certainly qualifies) is still lingering with a low score after a week, check with us. I'd imagine the HubScore will eventually climb.
that could explain away some of my conspiracy theories on my stuff dropping to 43 despite 8 or 10 comments after publishing.
ah well, I can always pull out the tinfoil hat for the next thing. *puts it in box for laterz*
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