I have been working on a hub for several days and it has constantly had a score in the high 80's to '90s whilst in its creation, I published it and guess what it now has the lowest second lowest score of 74 and there it is sitting between two hubs with scores of 99 a 94. I rate it as one of the best pieces I have written. Traffic has been excellent for a new hub and I really have very high hopes for it so it is disappointing to see this. I figure it is a glitch since a hub with such a low score should definitely be placed at the bottom of the account page not 4 from the top.
Sometimes our perception is shadowed by the traffic and other factors. Anyway, good work is always good and keep it up. All the best.
Give it time to go through the QAP (quality assessment process), that's when the base scoreline is given out. An unpublished hub has no score, it's a ?. You were probably working on a previously published hub.
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