Why does the hubscore fluctuate? Is there any particular reason for this?
It follows the tide during the full moon,
follows the DOW during the other times.
I'm sure that this is the best explanation I have heard. Hahaha! I think it is completely moon/dow dependent.
That might actually be true. But, highly doubtful.
And here, I was going to tell him it had PMS.
It's mainly a result of your visitors to your Hub. More visitors mean a rise in Hub Score.
Yes. The reason is to get newbies to seemingly always ask about it. Sheesh! another one.
I did on another thread, but there are other things to consider, like activity in the forums and contests and hubnuggets, etc. Also if you go on a fanning binge it will decrease your score. Fanning a hubber and not commenting on his/her hub is not good. Word count, videos, photos, RSS feeds and how many fingers you type with, or toes.
That sounds like a serious algorithm that maybe only Google would employ
many things are related with it. here is a short list:
~ your waist size
~ Amount of traffic
~ The reputation of the Hubber
~ your great grand parents marriage day
~ The response of readers to your hub
~ Number of hair on your dog's legs
~ The uniqueness of content
~ cell phone no.your latest followers girl friend
~ brand of your favorite dish wash
But the most important thing are those ridiculously good looking people who just always keep the team busy checking their avatars.
Glad to hear that cats don't come into this! I'd be sunk if the did.
What if your latest follower doesn't have a cell phone?
Oh, and how many hits do I need a day from the search engine, 'Fido Finds 'em', to rank really well?
I am sure they will bring on cats as well, at least for you.
What if your latest follower doesn't have a cell phone? > you have to buy one for his girlfriend no alternative.
Oh, and how many hits do I need a day from the search engine, 'Fido Finds 'em', to rank really well?> i didn't get a single hit from the search engines, but few of my hubs rank very well, even they are in the first page
Mine goes from 60 to 90 for no apparent reason... i'm active in the same way, usually and post content regularly.
by shazwellyn 11 years ago
I wondered if anyone can inform me of this.Thanks... Im still learning!
by DeeBee3 11 years ago
I'm a newbie on here,so I'll aplogise in advance if this question has been done to death on here in the past, but it has occured to me that certain unscupulous individuals would comment on hubs 'willy nilly' just to further their own scores, rather than actually giving a **** about what they...
by rmcrayne 11 years ago
What's in it for them? I got curious and started looking at the Hubtivity of people who fanned me, whose hub name I did not recognize. I recently got fanned by someone whose Hubtivity went back 20 pages of fanning people. There was maybe 20-40% reciprocal fanning. There were...
by Palis Pisuttisarun 6 years ago
Hello guys!I just started HubPages less than a month ago so I'm fairly new and might not understand the way HubScore works like you do.I have published 5 hubs and I published my 5th hub yesterday. My fifth hub is called "Everything You Wanted to Know About Whole Grains", by the way. I...
by Peter 12 years ago
Just as a matter of interest can anyone tell me how you would get a Hubscore of only 1.
by Crystal Tatum 8 years ago
Is it rude not to follow a hubber who follows you?
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