I do not have this issue but I saw that on of my hub fans has a hub score of 1. How is that possible. I guess i just want to know so that I doesnt happen to me
I have also noticed the hubber with 1 score for almost many months and the start of 2010, its among my featured hubbers with 1 hubscore
A lot of those 1 score people are the ones who follow as many people as they can in a short time.
Did you read their hubs or see what their hubs were about?
If you answer no, then that would be a good reason why other people haven't read it either.
Usually, a person has a lot of low scoring hubs, due to content or lack of content. These people are the same people who haven't quite figured out what they are doing at hubpages in the first place. (not sure if that is true, but seems like a good indicator)
Just my thoughts.
Do..Do...Do..do..Don't Worry..... Be Happy
Having a hubscore of 1 will only really affect you if you do not use original content (eg: copy other's work).
As you do.. do... don't dodododo that... Do...Do...Don't Worry!
So...so...Sorry I-I-I St-st-stutter
If I ever get a Hubberscore of 1, I'll tell my friends that that's coz I am one of the top most ranked Hubbers. Should be made 0 (zero) IMMHO.
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