I'm fascinated by this girl (better not to say her name I guess):
She joined 7 days ago, has 24 hubs published, has 125 followers (!) and a Hubscore of 1 (one!)
the 125 fans are probably reciprocal and the account is getting a famming penalty
dupe content does it too
I know who you're talking about because she fanned me too.I always go look at whoever has fanned me's hubtivity, and she was on a mad fanning spree, fanning everyone. There are always those who automatically fan back (I don't). Her work looked perfect but with a hubscore of 1 I'd guess it was all duplicated content.
I know she is called something like blogspot.Her individual hubs score around 60.Weird.
All you have to do is keep spamming and breaking other hub rules and you stay in single digits regardless of hub quality.
From seeing this many times it seems to be primarily because all the hubs content is duplicate.
And if all that doesn't cut the Mustard... then it might just come from Wikipedia like a Nigerian guy's hubs did the other day
Don't think I've ever seen this before. Can't be good though.
Ya think? Duh!
I asked a similar question a while back, specifically, what's the lowest hub score you've ever seen... and some people had seen ZERO's.
It's good to know that there is quality control here at hubpages!
I laughed when I read the title of this post as I knew immediately who you were referring to! She fanned me yesterday and I also check out everyone who fans me, if I like what I see, I'll fan back otherwise it might take a bit more looking into to see if that person is someone I'd like to follow. The first thing that caught my eye was that super low hubscore! That, to me, said enough. You don't even START at a 1 which means you'd have to seriously be doing something wrong to start seeing your score drop like that!
I have no idea who you are all talking about but I think for anyone to get a hubscore of 1, they must have to work really hard at it.
I was just fanned by her also. I checked some hubs, they contain duplicate content from an internet guru.
there is another hubber with 130 hub named MakeMoneyGoal
I admire her. It's quite inspiring to see that one-digit hubscore.
The way she fans with no hubs and hundred odd followers is amazing.
Looks like that is the main hubtivity.
She fanned me today and I discovered the No 1
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