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I'm a newbie here but seem to be adapting to the site fairly easy- it's very user friendly, I'm sure this topic has probably been talked about but how long does it usually take a hub to get to a balanced level- or do they?
I have 5 hubs that I posted a few days ago, the scores are in their 70's which seems decent,people are reading and commenting, which is great. I just wonder if there is a kind of a standard length of time to find out how well your hub is appealing to mass readers (assuming that it gets to that point) ?
I'm still waiting. In fact, one of my hubs that's consistently scored as one of my lowest is my highest today. They're constantly changing...keeps things interesting and I've gotta admit, keeps a gal on her toes.
Also makes it really hard (at this point, for me at least) to try to ignore those little numbers.
If you haven't already, you both might like to read the Hub I wrote about HubScores.
Thank you. I think I'd already read that...but I've read so many hubs on hubbing over the past few months that honestly, sometimes I forget what I've read. Eventually it'll all sink in. I just wish I could learn to stop caring about the scores. It's kinda like I was back in school again.
Only this time I don't have to try and sign my mom's name to my report cards.
by John Hansen2 years ago
I have only ever had one featured hub before but when I checked my account today I was shocked to find I have 13 in featured hubs due to low engagement. This is proof that traffic has fallen greatly. It's not just my...
by Audrey Hunt3 years ago
Just had a big drop on my profile score. And all my hubs were featured along with a steady 10 Editors Choice. I say 'were' because 3 were just unfeatured and I don't know what to do about that. My...
by Pollyanna Jones3 years ago
Hi folks, I wondered if you could help at all? I am scratching my head at the moment about this, wondering why it is happening.Whilst I know that Hub scores do go up and down, I have Hubs that were rated in the 90s that...
by LindaSmith13 years ago
Hub with over 800 words of content. My own photos. A video added. 3 Amazon Products that are hub content related. A whopping hub score of 49
by Writer Fox5 years ago
I would like a better explanation of the Hub Score. I have a Hub that I uploaded on May 12th, it's ranked #2 on Google search results for its main keyword phrase, it's getting 175 visits per day sent by Google,...
by Kate Swanson4 years ago
I'd like to suggest we get rid of Hubber Score - and perhaps even Hub Scores. They:- are constantly misunderstood;- cause a lot of upset and grief in the forums; and- encourage newbie Hubbers to direct their...
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