After you Hub Score is 75 what is the benefit of it being higher. If left for vacation for a couple weeks and my score was 96. I come back and its 88. Should I care? As long as it stays over 75 all my outbound links are do follow (not that all I care about it that but it is nice).
If someone has a score of 100 or close to that how are they in a better position than me if I have a score in the 80s or high 70s?
I can have a score of 75..work hard by staying on hubpages several hours a day for 2-3 days and my score is 83. Then I can go out to dinner..watch some TV and my score drops to 79, 77 then 75..
I'm starting not to care
Agreed. Also, if someone can give a better picture of how that score rises and falls. Does it depend on up and down votes on hubs? View count trend in the positive or negative?
I had a 92, it fell to 90 even though I had an influx of followers and posted a new hub, but now is up to 91.
Here is a link that may answer some of your questions
http://hubpages.com/search/include:help+hub+score however when you are new be more concerned about the quality of your content, read others people's hubs,get involved with the community your hub score will rise but always focus on your writing.
Thanks for the prod in the right direction. For a more direct link to help people with the questions I had, http://hubpages.com/guide/stats/hubscore answered everything I was wondering about.
I asked this question myself, I forgot where I put the thread though.
It is o.k. there have been many threads asking the same question since HP has began no question is a silly question at least now you have the answer.
The great thing I love about HP is the people here are really helpful and smart. It started out as a place for me to write some articles and get "DO FOLLOW" links but now it has become much more. Thanks for all the responses. If you need anything, let me know.
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