is an average of 68-71 hub score good or bad with a hubber score of 76 that is increasing everyday since last week.Do hubber score fall a bit when it gets no or less viewer than the previous day?
If you're worried about money or traffic, hub/authorscore has almost no influence on them at all.
I say almost because the only influence they do have is turning any outbound links into 'nofollow' links if the hubscore falls below 40 or the authorscore falls below 75. But unless you are using your hubs for extra link juice to your personal outside sites, this is completely unimportant to you.
Score is based on a variety of things including traffic, interaction with your hubs and other peoples, the forums and lots more. So it can vary anywhere in a 20 point range on some hubs.
The only time you should be worried about a hub score is if you have duplicate content or an extremely low quality hub - you will get penalised.
Otherwise I just say - ignore it.
thnx, i am not worried about money, i have no adsense, i am only worried about quality now. i am not a good writer in English so it really inspires when i see my hub score and hubber score is going up. all my content are free of violation now and i am happy with my work. just wanted to know if a score of average 70 per hub is good to be pleased?
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