My hubscore has dropped by 7 points in last two days. Don't know what's wrong as I have not followed anyone in the last week or so. My traffic too is steady and followers have increased too. Can it be a case of my hubs being marked own by fellow hubbers etc.
My hubscore fluctuates from day-to-day. It really depends on the time of day that reader view your hubs. Most readers will view from 8 o'clock in the morning to 6 o'clock at night. So, it is best to publish hubs during that time. Also, if older hubs have less keywords, they may not be reaching your target audience.
When the hub statistics are renewed, it calculates a number of things to determine your hubscore. It is not just the amount of views. For instance, if you do not publish new hubs periodically, it can cause your hubscore to drop slightly.
I would recommend going here, then tuning up your hubpages to get an optimal performance. http://hubpages.com/faq/#hubscorecalc
Seven points is not "dropping like crazy.". That sounds like an entirely normal ebb and flow pattern.
To some users who are not used to a drop of that nature, it may see like crazy. When I first joined hubpages, any drop in my hubscore was a "crazy drop". Now, I know that it is completely normal.
I agree, normal swings I would think, or at least they are normal to me.
It does happen, sometimes... I keep shifting between 98 and 94 for the last three weeks.. a drop of four points in a day...But it doesn't really matter because at the end of the day, you need to worry about your traffic and the $ you made. What is a hub score?
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