I got 80 score on one of my hub which i thought was maximum, where as other hubs are below that and above 65. What about you ?
I have hubs that range from 55-95. Some of my best hubs will change up to twenty points in a day depending on traffic, time of year and other factors. However it's nothing to worry about unless they go below 40.
Hubs can reach 100. Getting them to 75 or higher is the main thing you want to do.
So far I got 80 but I am looking forward to increase it much better at 90 it would be best.
Mine is 91 other hubs range from the 80's to 65 have some work to do on them.
My best one is 83 and the average is 69, I hope it still goes up...
I have hubs ranging from 50 to 80, and like everyone else need more traffic, and time.
At the moment, it's 93. That can change throughout the day.... It could go up or
It could go down
Really depends on traffic, time of year and even time of week.
My best is 97...
and it's just a copy of a complaint letter I sent to a coffee chain
the best for me so far has been 90 but only a few hubs of mine reach this area
don't mean chit to me or reflect on my content, it's just a number
They go up and down. Sometimes I have a few in the 90's but have never hit 100.
I like to see at least 15% at 80 or above. The average always seems to be around 70 and has a hard time rising above because I foolishly write more every time it starts to go up :-)
When something is a few weeks old and hasn't hit 70, I go back to look at it and try to improve it. There are a few I keep going to and going to.. :-)
Realize that these scores are somewhat meaningless. You could have a hub with a very low score that is benefitting you greatly in other ways. However, these scores do have some relation to traffic, so if one is not doing well in Hubscore, that probably also means it isn't doing well in general and is worth trying to improve.
The longer I'm here the more confusing trying to understand hubscore gets! I've totally given up trying to work it out. I've had a few hubs at a 100 over the time i've been here. One that was on and off a 100 for a good few months now averages a score of about 90 even though the traffic to the hub has increased by about 30% since then. Other hubs that are also getting thousands, if not tens of thousands, of visits a day are no where to be found in the hot hubs or in the best so who knows how the various factors are weighted?! It could drive a person to distraction trying to work it out so IMO it's best not to worry about it
Mine range from 52-95, which is quite a span. Don't know how the scores are figured so I really don't worry too much about it.
My best is 91- worst is 63....I'm glad to read that below 40 is when to worry. Mine go up and down daily tho. What used to be in the 80's is now in the 60's, so who knows...
my hubs are also anything between 52 and 88....
someone mentioned to go back to old hubs and improve them.....do you mean to add to the content or to rewrite the whole article?
I only write about football, and not sure how to improve old hubs, all suggestions are welcome!
My Hubs are now at the point where I will only have a handful or so that occasionally dip down into the 65-70 range. The majority of my Hubs range from the mid 80s to 100.
The first hub I wrote is hanging out between 75 to 79 at the moment. Hopefully that's not too bad, because I only wrote it two weeks ago.
Is traffic really the biggest influence on your hub's score? I thought it went up and down based on readers who voted up/down. Sorry I'm sure this well documented somewhere but I just thought I'd ask. *ducks*
Well, I only have one score, so it's forcefully the best one. 67.
I usually have about 10% of my hubs in the 90's with an occasional 100 thrown in.
Just a thought for SusanaS, care to let we new Hubbers know how we can get thousands or tens of thousands visits a day, to a Hub. WOW!!
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