What exactly are the numbers on my picture and what do they mean.
I think you need to go to the FAQ section on help,as I don,t think it will be long until your hubs are pulled.
Check out the question on adult content
The Hub number on your picture represents your author score or Hubber Score. The more quality hubs you write contribute to the Hubber community by commenting on other people's hub and answering forum posts the higher it will go. There are few experienced hubbers who even have a score of 100 which is bit difficult to maintain but certainly achievable.
I am very new. The number on my picture is different than the score they have listed as my hub score, why is that? Did they not change it yet to reflect my new score?
It is NOT the score of your hub and it is not the average score of hubs for those of us who have more than one.
It is your "hubber" score, and it comes from various undisclosed factors. It will wax and wane - I've been at 100 twice recently and as I write this I'm back down to 96.
Just do what you know to do. The hubber score will be what it is, when it is.
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