As recently being busy in study, I don't have enough time to write new hubs. So what can I do to keep my hub score and the author score not drop? Thank you!
Just don't worry about it.
I have secondary accounts which have no activity except for publishing the occasional hub and some sit in the high 80s and low 90s for HubberScore.
Just write good content hubs and participate in forum,question,answers section and all other events in hubpages
No problem. HubPages has been designed so that you can take a break without getting penalized. Your hubs will hopefully still be getting traffic, so their scores should not decline because of your inactivity. Your author score, which is modest, should hopefully not fall below 75. If you can log onto your account and be a bit active from time to time, that does help your author score, but no big deal.
I can remember Marisa saying this. She had gone off and left her account - nearly forgetting about it - came back and found that her articles had matured and done well! Taking a break is ok, so dont worry. Like what WE says, as long as you remain above 75, you will be fine.
Thank you all！
I went on a 10 vacation with no electronics. When I came back I had a higher score. Don't worry about it.
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