Do you believe that HubPages appreciates, encourages & nurtures its writers? Do you feel that
Hubscores are encouraging or discouraging to its writers? Do you finally contend that Hubscores truly reflect the writers' veracity to the readership?
I think hubscore reflects both having done good work (writing pages) and over-all use of the website.
Having well written hub pages does the most insofar as giving one a high hub score. But also using the entire site influences score.
For instance, answering a few questions here and there will absolutely raise your personal score. Doing some forum interaction raises score a bit. As does commenting other hub pages, and (this raises score more than the others - in my non scientific opinion) doing the hub-hopping raises score.
A few years ago I got up to a 99 score, for about a day (ha!) I've never seen 100, and don't expect I will. To be perfectly honest about it, the score into the 90s is all I need, as I'm really here to see how much money I can make by writing about things I care about.
by Shyron E Shenko 2 years ago
Is HubPages trying to discourage its writers and get them to quit writing?Every time I publish a hub my Hubber score goes down then it goes up by 1-2 points and then down by 1-2 points. Then when I am not on here for a day or two it goes down by more than 2 points. This is very...
by Ronald E Franklin 3 weeks ago
Here's an announcement (dated Aug 11) from Harlow-McGaw, the owners of Daily Two Cents, Writedge, and other sites:"It saddens us to say we will be shutting down all our sites at the end of the month. We just can no longer afford to keep them going at a loss since we have so few active writers...
by bubiinnovation 5 years ago
During the earning freeze between aug 8th - 11th, my hub profile score dropped instantly from 80 something to 57. Some people mentioned google was punishing hubpages for something?
by Eric Dierker 4 years ago
There are actually some here that want more restrictions on what who can publish here!! They really want to hold back new artists and writers.Well excuse me Hitler's book burning Germany but no thank you. I grew up with Uncle Tom's Cabin banned.I grew up with Martin Luther King's work being...
by Sydney J 3 years ago
What does the number next to my profile picture mean?
by Eric Dierker 5 years ago
Hubber scores do not reflect anything but some weird algorithm that is not in sync with anything. My score just went sixteen points down. My views are up and I am featured way more that 140 times.But what I noticed was Billybuc. He is an 88. What? He is the highest ranking site at Hub pages. This...
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