It was low when it started out. That's normal. What raised the hubberscore for me was the following:
1. Being part of the 30 days in 30 hubs - it forced me to write more hubs and gave my writing exposure so that people can find my work and if they like it, they fan me. By the way I wasn't able to do 30 in 30, but I was okay with it, I got 24 written within a month.
2. I fan hubbers whose work I like and put in quick comments on their hubs.
3. Participaiting in the forums. It's a lot of fun. You have to have a thick skin though because there are hubbers who attack you for your views if it doesn't agree with theirs. Weird.
Within a month of doing all that you can easily reach the 90s.
Maintaining the score isn't hard if you write hubs that people will search for and people like to read because the hub is well written. If you write crap hubs your traffic will go away and consequently your hubber score suffers.
I think I was around 75 when I first started but as I started to write more hubs, my hubscore increased. I am trying to get at least a cool 99 or 100 It seems hard though.. The highest score I had was a 93.. Hubscores do fluctuate a lot and mine can be anywhere from 87-92..
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