Why does my hubscore seem to go down the more active I am on hubpages?
I've noticed that when I am gone from hubpages my hubscore seems to rise during my absense, but after my return it seems to slowly drop. Anybody got any insight on this?
Maybe because you keep writing articles that don't get featured? The lower the scores of your articles, the lower your hubber score will sink.
I thought that was the way it worked too, but the hubs I've posted recently have all been featured. I didn't pay much attention to if their score was considerably lower, but I don't think that they are much different.
Emily, I have noticed the same thing as you. All my articles are featured too, and I hope my hubber score doesn't go down for replying to this question. I am following your question to see what answers you get. I was thinking maybe my answers are not likeable or helpful enough. I really do not know, but they do say, you shouldn't worry about your hub and hubber scores too much.
If you write many answers on Hubpages "answers" and people downvote it, it hurts your Hubscore.
by topclass 5 years ago
Many good quality pages are Idled (become unfeatured) via ‘Analysis of the how engaged readers are with a Hub over an extended period of time’ – essentially because they get low traffic.It appears that this process was initiated to reduce the number of ‘low quality’ pages on the site. The...
by b4murray 7 years ago
I was just wondering if moderators choose featured articles or if they get picked randomly...
by Mark Bruno 8 years ago
Why does the author score go up and down? Is it a big deal or no. Went from 90 to 89.My goal was to reach 100. Hope it is not going to go down anymore.
by 1weddingsource 9 years ago
hi everyone,can anyone explain to me what is the reason why a hubscore is going up and after awhile it goes down.Thanx. I'd love to read what you know about this and if ever hubpages provided an explaination somewhere, can you share it with me.Marcy
by Jake Brannen 5 years ago
Does your hubscore have any direct benefits?
by Erick Hernandez 11 months ago
I just feel that the Hubscore/Hubberscore system should be obsolete and rendered useless and be replaced with a new system. This Hubscore/Hubberscore business is keeping everything apart. Instead, we should have a rating system, with 1 being the lowest and 5 being the highest. So 5-star articles,...
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