Hub scores - yes, I have read it but it is confusing. I look at some Hubbers who have been around for 2 years and their score is through the roof with little or no activity - it is mainly the Google traffic building over time?
4FoodSafety is rather dry information - will this penalize my score? The textbook stuff - is it appropriate here?
I think what you are asking about is the "hubber score" (author score), not the hub score (individual hubs).
The author score is supposed to be an indication of trust, not traffic to individual hubs. But sure, many visits to a hubber's profile page could be relevant, and with longer stay and better indexing, those views could grow. Otherwise, it is not really a matter of how long you have been here, but whether or not you have contributed actively to the community. There are long-standing members with very low scores. In general, those who have been here longer have many forum postings, asked and answered questions, and so forth, so that would tend to elevate the score.
You writing on a "dry subject" will have no adverse bearing on your author score at all. Be active in the community, and your score should grow.
So the best thing to do in order to increase a hubber's score is to participate in forums, read other hubber's hubs and comment, follow those hubbers that you like and write interesting hubs!
The hubscore system is a mysterious and strange score method in which man was not meant to enter
Is is possible by posting to many hubs in close proximity of time will hurt my hub score?
by Faith Reaper 4 years ago
I am just curious, all 92 hubs of mine are featured. In your opinion, should one delete (although Featured) any hubs where the score on a particular hub has eventually dropped way down from when it was initially high at one point? Or would it be better to just unpublish and later...
by M. Toni 3 years ago
I've been on here for a few years, and I guess I never really understood the point of these scores. They don't seem to provide any real value to the user and I can't convince myself that they add value because they fluctuate so much.What's the point? Am I supposed to use these scores to tell me...
by Demas W Jasper 6 years ago
Looking at 6 "Best" Hubs of a Hubber's total of a dozen Hubs: none had a score = his Hub Score! Why?In case shortening the Question to fit the limit made my question less than clear, here is what I am asking: A newbie Hubber has a Hub Score of 73 (not bad!) but with only a dozen...
by 2uesday 8 years ago
when they post in a forum. mines 90 - sorry make that 91.
by Janet21 8 years ago
My title should have read another hub author score question . I have noticed this hubber that puts up a lot of hubs, however, they are all very short, most less than 100-200 words. The type of hub that can be put up in less than 15 mintues. And, the majority of their individual hub scores...
by aparnajugran 5 years ago
HiI want to know why the hub score is different on hubber's profile and hubber's topic?How do you rate it?
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