What is you hub Statistics show in details this factors:
1-Number of followers
2-Number of your hubs
3-Your author score
4-Average score for your hubs
5-Your age on hubpages
6-Number of feed backs you get in your hubs
7-How many visitors you get every month?
I start with my self
1- My follower: 63
3-author score: 51
4-average score :66
5-My age here :4 days
7-Visitors: 305 in 4 days
Now show yours!
By steadfastly refusing to write about anything that is a popular search in Google and by adamantly refusing to do any serious promotion, I manage to keep my stats at modest numbers:
1-Number of followers - 469
2-Number of your hubs - 276
3-Your author score - 99 (for today, but 95-100 range)
4-Average score for your hubs - 70 (usually, but sometimes hitting 71)
5-Your age on hubpages - 8 months
6-Number of feed backs you get in your hubs - 1,007
7-How many visitors you get every month? - 5,800 or so
8- Adsense (can't imagine why you left this out) $19.55 last month and has been climbing.
1-Number of followers: 693
2-Number of your hubs: 207
3-Your author score: 95
4-Average score for your hubs: 73
5-Your age on hubpages: 9 Months
6-Number of feed backs you get in your hubs: 774
7-How many visitors you get every month: 50,901
"Number of feed backs you get in your hubs: 774" how you get that number of feedbacks ! are you use any tricks ?
You know, I have always assumed traffic and perhaps feedback might be the biggest influence on Hubber Score, but if you get that much traffic, it can't be.
It makes NO sense, does it? You have 8 times the traffic I do, but otherwise we are similar - so why today are you 93 and I am 99? It sure cannot be traffic!
1-Number of followers: 25
2-Number of your hubs: 8
3-Your author score: 87
4-Average score for your hubs: 74
5-Your age on hubpages: 7 weeks
6-Number of feed backs you get in your hubs: 21
7-How many visitors you get every month: 511
1-Number of followers - 151
2-Number of your hubs - 201
3-Your author score - 95
4-Average score for your hubs - 77
5-Your age on hubpages - 8 months
6-Number of feed backs you get in your hubs - 339
7-How many visitors you get every month? - 43 000
-"How many visitors you get every month?" - 43 000 , nice work . how you get this number of this hug traffic?
1 - look to the left
2 - look to the left
3 - look to the left
4 - Average hub score 70
5 - look to the left
6 - Total number of comments 2094
7 - Monthly visitors 18,138
1,2,3,5 "look to the left" .. what you mean?
It means the answers to questions 1, 2, 3, and 5 can be found by clicking on her profile.
No, it means you can SEE them right here next to the icon.
I only see a photo with the hubber score...
OK Uninvited Writer Statistics is :
3-author score 99
5-age on hubpages 2 years
OH, I see why: you have it in Threaded mode. Chronological shows the stats.
I'm not sure. I don't see that table at all. I wonder if it has something to do with my account settings? Or do hubbers with higher hubber scores have get more information? I'm off to figure it out...
It's because you view in Threaded mode rather than Chronological.
Ah-hah! Thanks for the enlightenment. I switched modes and can see the statistics (thanks for the education)!
On the top right of the thread you can change between Chronological and Threaded posts as Pcunix said.
Chronological shows a lot more info.
Here are my stats:
1- My follower: 123
3-author score: 99 (range: 95 - 100)
4-average hub score :79
5-My age here :15 months
7-Visitors: 6328 per month and climbing
8- Total number of comments: 340
Pcunix, hub traffic is just very unpredictable and so is the hubber score. But I do noticed that when I get more traffic my hubber score has the tendency to go up as well.
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