When you write an article, there is a score. what does the score mean?
It doesn't really mean anything. It's just the website's way of quantifying the quality of your article. You shouldn't worry about it though.
I focus more on the number of pageviews my sites get. If they are low in the pageview department that tells me I need to be doing something different. Some of my best hubs are only in the 70's for hubscore.
by ThunderKeys 6 years ago
If I remove (un-publish) a few of my Hubs will my Hub-score drop?
by Person of Interest 5 years ago
Pageviews by BrowsersEntry Pageviews; 53 (75%) ------------------------------ Chrome 8 (11%)Firefox 5 (7%)Internet Explorer 2 (2%)Opera 1 (1%)Safari 1 (1%)So what does the ";" mean? As noted, there are 53 visits from it. Bot? Scraper? Worse? What? The associated operating...
by belief713 10 years ago
I posted here because this is relating to traffic and score and figured it may help others...I'm checking out my Google Analytics account and I'm confused because my Toddler Sites hub is getting more traffic and unique visitors (16.2%) than all my other hubs, but has a lower score. For example,...
by Angel Caleb Santos 5 years ago
I have had 1 day pageviews of 130 since Saturday. No change has happened and all my hubs continue to have the same pageviews since Saturday. What's wrong?
by jasonycc 8 years ago
I now have 15 hubs. I am hitting 300 pageviews per day. 1 of my hubs on FIFA World Cup 2010 is contributing to 70% of the traffic. There rest of it with 13 hubs hitting 3 to 10 pageviews per day and 1 hub with 0 views most of the time. I am worry that when the World Cup is over, so will my traffic...
by The Stages Of ME 10 months ago
If a hub score is in the 60-70's does this mean you should stop writing?I suppose I wonder if it is grade related A, B, C not very encouraging if this is the case.
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