I'm seriously not disappointed in my hubscore. My score has been on a sea-saw for ages between 90 and 93 and suddenly it shot up to 97 today. Crazy, but great, even if it only lasts a few hours!
Now just hold on it it and never let it go....
(jokes apart, I'm happy for you... )
Today is my first day with a 95 author score.
Usually I average between 88 and 92.
Mine too its shot up to 83 for the first time ever.Usually I can only make 79 and it plumments back to 68 or something.!!!!
Dan, I could be wrong, but I have a feeling if you had an avatar that didn't make people think you're a guy posting a girl in a bikini in order to get views, your score may go up (at least some). I didn't look at your Hubs, but I think a lot of people just assume a Hub is spam (or whatever you want to call it) if the Hubber creates the impression his stuff may be spam.
It would be interesting to see what would happen if you changed your picture. (Just the other night I had nothing to do, so I went through - like - the first 50 or so pages of the top Hubbers, and an amazingly few had any picture that could at all be interpreted as "another one of those pictures". ) (There had been a question about whether women attract more followers, so I figured I'd do my "research" on it.)
I admire all of your scores. I have registered this account for 9 months and never post a hub! I am starting with 50 points.... Still not 100% sure what is the points system for.. Will read more ;-)
im pretty satisfied with my score too, considering that im a beginner here but i hope one day my score will shoot up too! (any tips??? )
Based on what I just saw when I clicked on your profile, I'm guessing one tip may be not to write any Hubs that anyone can rate down cause your score to drop.
Write some hubs? I doubt if your score can get much higher without any of your own material
Mine usually hangs between 94- 97. I had a 99 for about two hours once!
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