I was wondering whether anyone can tell me what that number in the blue circle on the left of your profile is (or, if I understand correctly, it is called HubScore?).
I've noticed this number fluctuates, so what are the things that influence that number?
I have also seen that there are some previous threads about this but I didn't find any adequate answer so please mind my starting new thread.
There are two scores - the one on your profile pic is your hubberscore. It's not that important although it does indicate how well you are doing to a certain extent. Newbies always start from 60 and go up or down from there.
Then there are hubscores. They are next to each article on your account page and there is an overall score above them.
I believe the two types of score are loosely linked. No-one knows exactly how the scores are calculated - it's an algorithm. Mostly if your hubberscore is around 80-ish, it doesn't mean very much.
by redhairedgirl2004 10 years ago
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by meetbrandon 10 years ago
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by coffeeandtv 6 years ago
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by Katrina Simpson 5 years ago
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by HighPriestess 2 years ago
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