Remember - other than making outgoing links dofollow, score has no influence on anything.
However I think the problem may be all the hub posting. Since an average of your hub scores helps to build your authorscore, a few new hubs can often 'dent' your author score until they start to even out in their own scores.
However, I don't think anyone truly knows how the scores work! It will come...
Yes, I agree it's irrelevant. But I understand people getting competitive over it. It's a matter of standing out and possibly getting more view, which makes more money.
Be thankful to be stuck at 90 - I have only flirted momentarily with 90 - I thought that was the glass ceiling.
Crazedwriter had written once she gave up the "score", she hit 100 - so just keep up the good work - it is building and you are moving in the right direction....besides I am jealous - you are over the glass threshold! Congrats!
I have been to 97, but I honestly have no idea how it happened.
Try to get more traffic to your hubs, I see my hubscore rising a bit when there's some surges of traffic
by Janet21 9 years ago
My title should have read another hub author score question . I have noticed this hubber that puts up a lot of hubs, however, they are all very short, most less than 100-200 words. The type of hub that can be put up in less than 15 mintues. And, the majority of their individual hub scores...
by coffeeandtv 6 years ago
I wrote my first hub a week ago and i wasn't sure if it would do well. I checked back two days ago and saw the hubscore increased and my overall one did as well. However, today i noticed that my overall hubscore increased, but the hub i wrote went down a few points. Could someone help me understand...
by vexez 7 years ago
I joined yesterday with a author Hubscore of 27Made a hub with a initial Hubscore of 47, now 51Today my author hubscore became 20 I'm just curious is these normal for someone new?As I see many active people around here are having 80-90+ hubscoresJust feels weird to have such a low score on a new...
by Laurel Rogers 5 years ago
by Spradle 7 years ago
Hi, I am just wondering, I started a hub just so that I wouldn't forget the topic I was writing on, but i didnt have enough time to finish it, so I left it unpublished. Now, a day later the score of the hub has gone down! Why is this? Will it effect my author score? Should I just publish then...
by Jackson Riddle 8 years ago
Currently sitting on a Hubscore of 88 with 19 fans and 1 hub published (hubs score is 77). Does it exponentially get harder to increase Hubscore i.e is getting from 88 to 89 easier than getting from 89 to 90?
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