It is your author score. It's based on the quality of your content and traffic, i think.
Well your score is out of 100, so since it's on the higher side, it's not bad.
pretty good i would say, I am 79 and joined at same time. I have 20 hubs and more followers so you are getting more traffic or better content, or Both. I need to step it up a bit...lol
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by OPSCisco 2 years ago
What is considered a good hub score? How do I improve my hub score?
by PierrePierre 5 years ago
There is someting that stuck for me. My hubber/author score is still much poor. How to increase the author score? Do you have some useful tips?Thanks！
by Janet21 9 years ago
My title should have read another hub author score question . I have noticed this hubber that puts up a lot of hubs, however, they are all very short, most less than 100-200 words. The type of hub that can be put up in less than 15 mintues. And, the majority of their individual hub scores...
by Celina Martin 5 years ago
Just few days ago, I posted a hub which I think was well-organised. However, after posting that hub I saw my author score dropping around 2 points. Can anyone explain why did it happen?
by Chuck Bluestein 4 years ago
Earlier I posted that people should go and make links going to other sites that do not belong to you nofollow. Then someone mentioned that if your hubber score is less than 85 then "every link" will be nofollow. But this is not what HubPages says. HubPages says:"If your HubberScore...
by Stacie L 7 months ago
I'm having a record traffic day and have been getting more traffic recently so I'm not complaining.I guess I am wondering why I don't have a 100 score because of it. I know others have asked this.
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