Today my Article 'Deep Copy and Shallow Copy in C++ With Example' got a hub score of 99. Does any body got a hub score of 100?
Yes definitely possible. I have one at the moment.
Wow great! But why are none of your excellent articles on TurboFuture? Niche sites typically get better traffic.
70% of New articles posted last year gone to owlcation.com
But for past 2 months (Starting from 2019), All stays at Hubpages.com
Contacted Editors and they told they tightened Grammar and Spelling rules. Means, I should still improve on My English. When I look at the Pro Edited article, I realize that I have to admit to it.
Paying more attention on grammar and spelling on my new articles.
Yes. I have had hub scores of 100 many times. However, it is clear that you are a second language speaker, so I'm surprised you got a 99....spelling and grammar are supposed to be excellent in order to get a high hub score. For example, in your question you should have written "Has anybody ever gotten a score of 100".
Yes Sondra Rochelle. After writing a article, I will proof read myself and make correction. After editing, I feel it is perfect.
Sometimes, the article gets edited by Pro Basic. And, I see the editor places good number of corrections in the article which I felt was perfect after my Proof read. This all shows that English is my second language and there was considerable amount of correction by Pro Basic Edition like the one you mentioned, "Has anybody ever gotten a score of 100".
My mother tongue is Tamil.
I do not think you should worry about the English corrections by the editors. I have had my English corrected, the another editor comes along months later and corrects the English of the first editor.
I respectfully disagree. Google requires excellent language skills. Yes, editors can make corrections, and they sometimes need their own work corrected, but as a writer it is a person's job to produce the best possible content. Editors should not have to make huge numbers of corrections for basic grammar. When this happens, it means the writer is not competent with his language skills. Writers are supposed to come to this site with the basic skills they need to have in order to produce good work, so telling someone that grammar and spelling don't matter is wrong advice. I taught ESOL for years and fully understand the struggles people have with English...it's a very difficult language to learn. I majored in Spanish in college and was quite good at it. In fact, I became the interpreter for the University in my senior year. However, I would never dream of writing articles for a Spanish website because I understand that no matter how good my skills are, I'm still not a native speaker. That's my point here. To write for an English site, you need to have outstanding skills, especially if you are a second language speaker. I looked at one of Sirama's posts, and it was quite good, but I have to wonder how much of the wordage was his, and how much belonged to the editor.
Hi I am new here and I wish to get a score above 90 and I will... you are awesome friends
Welcome to HubPages
It's a good idea to research the platform before you start writing. We have a big library of resources that will teach you how it works.
Click on 'Help', at the top right of any page, and navigate to the Learning Center.
One basic requirement is that writers have an almost perfect grasp of the English language. Free online apps, such as Grammarly and Hemingway can help a lot.
Also, another mistake many new writers make is to think that HubPages is a blogging platform. It isn't. HubPages requires informative, magazine-style articles that have a long lifespan and attract a lot of search engine traffic.
Lots to do! Good luck.
Yes, it can happen. I've had hubs hit 100 numerous times over the years.
Yes, it is possible to get a hub score of 100. When the hub scores are high anyway and they get a sudden boost of traffic they often jump up to a 100.
I even had a hubber score of a hundred a couple of times in the past.
I have three 100s at the moment, but they are low traffic articles. One that regularly reaches a score of 100 (97 now) gets around 1 visit per day. I don't think it means much at all, until articles reach the very low scores.
My lowest article has a draft (unpublished by me) status and scores 65. Another draft stands at 75. Unfathomable.
As Ragged says, scores do not translate into traffic. Of the 5 "100's" I have showing at the moment, one day traffic ranges from 0 to 350. And they won't stay at that exalted score; tomorrow I may have zero and the following day some of the 99's may well move up for a day or two. It changes every day.
I would not worry too much about hubscore. Multiple of my hubs get to to 100 some days.
The only real change is some of my hubs show up on the front page of the network site they are on. This does not change my daily views that much though.
I don't know about a "scroe" but a score of 100 is definitely possible.
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