I think there's a bug in the HubPages newsletter that someone might want to look into. I just the latest newsletter in my in-box about a minute ago, and it listed the number of fans that I have as "none yet." However, I've got just over 400 of them on the site.
Thanks Relache. We've already identified and fixed the problem.
Was it the Locusts? Ladybugs? Cicadas? Katydids?
LOTS OF 'EM!
It did that to me too last week, but I just thought maybe it was an error. Did not think of it again until now.
Every time it shows my highest hubscore it's always incorrect.
Does it show the highest current hubscore or of all-time?
I'd expect it to show the highest hubscore since the last newsletter. But I think it's just showing the highest current hubscore.
by Brian Loewer 7 years ago
What's the highest your Hubscore has ever been?.. and what contributed to it being at its highest?
by Kelly Kline Burnett 8 years ago
While I am new it appears from the little time I have had here that financial and technology Hubs earn the most money. Is there a list of the top $$$$ and $$$$$. I haven't seen the five dollar signs - do they exists?Am I wasting my time with fashion - too competitive? I am seeing...
by peachy 4 years ago
What is your lowest hubscore?my lowest hubscore is 53, I caught santa review. I didn't really promote this hub. What is your lowest hubscore?
by Steve Andrews 7 years ago
I have currently got one of my individual hubs with a score of 99 and have never had this happen before though I have had it as my total hubscore.
by Haunty 7 years ago
You can see it at the bottom of the score column on the my account page. Mine is 69.
by Darrin Perez 8 years ago
...and I just saw it drop to 95. I think I died a little on the inside. I want to get to 100...[all the cool hubbers]* are at 100! :'(*yes, epic hyperbole, I know...couldn't help myself. Anyways, what's the highest personal Hubscore you have ever gotten?
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