Authorscore/hubberscore and individual hubscore are different things. It's little confusing to see the same caption for both. When we hoover the mouse around profile pics' score and hubs' score it shows hubscore in both case. Many a newbies become confused with it. Better fixing it?
That's indeed confusing. It would be better if HubPages defined consistent terminology and used it throughout the site. We could refer to HubScore and AuthorScore for example. We have to use different words because the numbers don't mean the same thing.
It is already being referred to as HubScore and HubberScore (AKA AuthorScore AKA User Score).
It is not, that's what saleheensblog is saying. If you hover your mouse over the number near your profile photo, it says hubscore, not something like HubberScore or AuthorScore.
When I wrote the hub HubScore almost 3 years ago there was mentions of Hubber Score, Author Score and User Score (all being the same thing) in the FAQs. Which was revamped in the last 6 to 12 months.
A year and a half later I wrote one on HubberScore.
Not sure if the the mouseover the profile hubberscore has always been there as hubscore. But there has always been two different meanings for both sets of scores.
by coffeeandtv 5 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 Erick Hernandez 9 months ago
I just feel that the Hubscore/Hubberscore system should be obsolete and rendered useless and be replaced with a new system. This Hubscore/Hubberscore business is keeping everything apart. Instead, we should have a rating system, with 1 being the lowest and 5 being the highest. So 5-star articles,...
by Mousey 10 years ago
Hello All,I joined this community only couple of days back and I'm still going over the help pages. One thing which throws me off is my hubber score. While it is not in the 90's, a hubber score of 54 with NO hubs seems to be confusing. How is this possible? I'm able to understand the huscore-...
by Marina 2 years ago
A month ago I announced some updates to HubScore: raw traffic is deemphasized, reader satisfaction is emphasized, and overall, the scores are a more accurate reflection of the quality of Hubs than they used to be. Today, I'd like to talk about the subsequent update to Hubber Score — the score...
by dagny roth 6 years ago
Hi there...I just published the hub below and am confused why the starting score is so much lower than other hubs. In comparison I took an extensive amount of time making sure to include tons of unique content,photos, videos, links,referrals....so I am so confused why it started at 46 when...
by Katherine Tyrrell 3 years ago
Which way do you think your Hubscores will go with the NEW change to the Hubscore algorithm? See "An Update to HubScore" http://blog.hubpages.com/2015/02/26/an- … -hubscore/Note that the revision will:* deemphasise traffic - from all sources* put more of an emphasis on quality as...
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