Sigh, the most I've got is 95. I know score is almost nothing, but who doesn't like higher numbers? It's just fun. When I have spare time, I may check some hubbers with 100, and see what they have been doing around the time, hehe...
Wow, how come it went down to 67 now? Strange, isn't it? No sense at all. A hubber took down all his hubs and canceled his account a while back after his score dropped from close to 90 to mostly under 70. Not sure what could cause this. Though it makes no difference if your score is 75 or 90, it does change things if it hovers around under 70.
Yeah, it doesn't affect traffic, but it has impact on backlinks, as I've learned. If you don't have any linking strategies and do not plan to do so, then you can forget about the numbers once for all:)
i'm mainly preferring backlinks from out side of hubpages. I know that if my author score become by links become no follow. And idon't want to play this number game. What i'm saying is stop looking at your hubscore or author score.
I agree that the author score / Hub score is not a mark of how well the Hub is doing in terms of Adsense or Amazon sales. It is nice to feel there's some recognition for activity. I just try to write well and pass along useful info. and you're right, people should not become hung up on their Hub score.
I'm trying to remember to not pay much attention, but I'm trying to figure things out around here. I was up to 89 which took a long time to reach, can't break 90. I was nominated for one of those hubnugget thingies (yay), answered a bunch of forum questions, had a spike in pageviews with an increased percentage of organic traffic with more comments on my hubs. Individual hub scores almost all went up.
Oops! Now I've dropped to 99. It was fun to reach 100 for a few hours. Habee, looks like you've been at 100 consistently for a long time. The score is not a big deal for me. Although I feel I've learned Hubpages for publishing and writing quality Hubs. As long as I provide useful information, I'm satisfied. More than anything, I appreciate the community here.
I think there are a bunch of variables . . . a variable of variables . . . I'm sure two variables of the scores have to do with quality of articles and probably traffic origination. I would think search engine traffic is rated more highly than Hubpages traffic. Are you getting a lot of search engine traffic these days? You must be since you had a high Adsense payout the other day.
My author score has hit 99 a few times but none of my hubs have ever gotten past 93. I am just starting to understand keywords and SEO which are more relevant to my livelihood. What about Hubivity? I always reference other hubbers in my hubs and stay at 88.
I'm fairly new in HP, having joined the community only last January, and I'm quite pleased to see that my hubscore has hit 100 today. I'm curious how this affects my articles' over-all performances, if at all. I've read some posts in these forums that have positive and negative comments about...
I am really happy to see that one of my hub has hit 100 for the first time at hubpages.It is also displayed in the second place in BEST HUBS page.I never saw this before, as maximum number for my hubs was 99, not 100 before this event.
I would like to just say one of my hubs hit 100 hub score. I am quite surprised that it has had so much success cause I never wrote it thinking it would have that much. Now only if more hubs would go to high 90s or 100 lol....Good luck to everyone !
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