http://hubpages.com/hub/The-100-Greates … rack-Songs
Here's my hub The 100 Greatest Movie Soundtrack Songs. It is my most viewed hub with over 212,000 views and has evergreen content.
Can anyone explain to me how it gets a hubscore of 79?
79 isn't that bad. as far as I understand, it's not just traffic that determines the score.. originality, length, response of readers to your hubs (thumbs up, comments, sharing, etc.)hubbers reputation. That's from HP FAQ.
one thing I did notice immediately is the bold type in your opening paragraphs. I have no idea if that would affect a hub score, but I do know it's generally not best to use bold type for large portions of text, only to highlight or bold your keywords.
I like your hubs, they're always interesting to read. I wouldn't worry about the score too much. That's a lot of views!!
First, congrats on that many views!! Awesome
You are much more experienced than me, considering I've been here about 3 months compared to your 3 years, but you asked for assistance, so I took a look...
Perhaps, the hubscore is lower because of the limited variety of capsules. I could be wrong, but for example, there is no video or news feed, and both would apply to this topic.
Also, there is a lot of text in the bottom half of your hub. It could be broken up more with the pictures and Amazon capsules gathered at the top...
Just my initial thoughts...
Hope I helped - Haha, I'm no expert, so somebody else may provide you with more!!
by DJ Funktual 10 years ago
I was wondering if anyone had any advice for a hubber who can't seem to get a SINGLE HUB TO reach a hubscore of 90. I realize I may come off as VERY 80s but come on. Seriously though....Veterans? Any words of wisdom other than WRITE BETTER HUBS will be greatly appreciated.
by Jackie Lynnley 3 years ago
I cannot understand how my most read hub never makes it to the top and just stays around 75 and never to 100 as many of my less popular ones do? How can this be?
by Mary Hyatt 7 years ago
Just curious, I have a Hub that has had 47 views but it has a score of 90. I don't understand. I have Hubs that have many more views, but a lower score. Anybody have an answer??
by yellowbutterfly 15 months ago
Can someone tell me what is the 'hub score' please? It seems to have no relevance to the number of page views on my hubs.Thanks!yellowbutterfly
by jeyaprakash84 6 years ago
Do you get an increase in your hub views?When does a hub view start increasing.. As it gets older with increased hub score? How long it takes for a hub to attract a lot of traffic direct from search engine?
by American Tiger 8 years ago
I really don't mind, terribly. They seem to vote them up, even before I've finished with them.The last Hub I published I was a few days working on, and it had over 20 views and a HubScore of like, 70, before I posted it.Is there a Super Secret Insiders Club you pay to get into ~so you can read...
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