Are your hub scores driving you crazy?

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  1. Shelley H Cruz profile image89
    Shelley H Cruzposted 15 months ago

    Are your hub scores driving you crazy?

    Perhaps I look at my scores too often, but they are making me very anxious,  I hover  between 80 and 85 and feel like this is very inadequate.  Perhaps it is because I am relatively new at this and only have 7 published hubs.  Perhaps  I need to take a writing course at the local university.
    How to do you get a score of 95 or above?
    Thanks!

  2. Carolyn M Fields profile image91
    Carolyn M Fieldsposted 15 months ago

    The highest score that I've ever gotten is 82.
    Here is a link to info on scores: https://hubpageshelp.com/features/Learn … bber-score

    1. Shelley H Cruz profile image89
      Shelley H Cruzposted 15 months agoin reply to this

      Thank you !  This is very helpful!

  3. Terrielynn1 profile image94
    Terrielynn1posted 15 months ago

    You are doing well with that score and being new. Mine improves as I edit and check grammar. The traffic you get from search results and views also changes that score. Keep it up. Welcome

    1. Shelley H Cruz profile image89
      Shelley H Cruzposted 15 months agoin reply to this

      Thanks for the support!  I am having fun with this, but  need reassurance that I am on the right track!

    2. Terrielynn1 profile image94
      Terrielynn1posted 15 months agoin reply to this

      Thank you for picking mine for best answer. I am going to read some of your work. Enjoy you day.

  4. Wesman Todd Shaw profile image99
    Wesman Todd Shawposted 15 months ago

    The scores will go up, and then the scores will go down. Then they'll likely do more of those two things, without ceasing, for as long as they exist.

    I don't think you should worry about it further. Scoring between 80 and 85 is quite good enough, and a hub scored that high could well get as high as 100, and then it may very well drop to 70.

    It annoys me a bit when mine are below 80, but it happens. My opinion is if something is below 75, then it should maybe then be attended to.

    The simple fact is the score isn't that big a deal. I do not know for certain how it goes just now, but at one point when a hub's score was 65 or below, it meant they de-indexed the thing. That isn't the case now, something can become unfeatured with a very high score.

    Scores just aren't that important. They have some sort of significance, but what that significance is may well change.

    Don't sweat petty stuff or pet sweaty stuff. Something like that.

    1. Shelley H Cruz profile image89
      Shelley H Cruzposted 15 months agoin reply to this

      Thank you very much for this thoughtful answer.  It is much appreciated!

  5. Shelley H Cruz profile image89
    Shelley H Cruzposted 15 months ago

    Thank you so much for taking the time to respond!

 
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