I got my very first 97 today..in 16 months
not sure why I never had an authorscore higher than that but Ill be onto 100 next guys
94 is all that I have ever got to as far as hub score goes.. and then began the slide back to 90's ...on the weekends like today it is at 89 or 88 I wish it would get to hundred... I don't care to much about profile score but there are some hubs that I wish would get there.
I had one hub that took so long to publish it was close o 80 a point of publishing and hit 100 pretty quick, think its back down in the 80's now
It was fun to see but was no reflection on how well it would preform long term, traffic wise or earning wise. It seems more like a status thing, which I do enjoy in that it motivates to try harder etc. but when a hub hits 100 and doesn't preform long term I start wanting to set other goals
I think Richie is talking about his Hubber or Author Score, even though the title says Hubscore - at least, that's what I get from his post.
That's great! I know it shouldn't matter, but it always makes me happy when my hubber score (or hubscore) increases. I'm sure you'll hit 100 soon!
I have had an author score of 100, a couple of times.
I had a hub that got to a 100, for a while.
And I have written exactly 100 hubs.
But I am nowhere near earning 100 dollars in total since joining.
ps. If I were more of a poet I'd have jazzed that up a bit.
by Greensleeves Hubs 5 years ago
What most fundamentally makes up a hubscore of 100?YAY!!!!!! I've just achieved a hubscore of 100 for the first time!! It was great to see after reaching 99 a couple of times, and I feel genuinely a sense of triumph and pleasure at this accolade. But ... Is this an accolade of which one should be...
by Susannah Birch 8 years ago
I had hoped that I'd hit 100 sooner than this.[Yes I know that my hubscore has absolutely no influence on my traffic or earnings.]I've hit 99 before.Anyone else want to sulk because they can't earn the dollar? [If you can't tell I'm bored and hubbed out.]
by Neil Cook 5 years ago
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by Kate Swanson 4 years ago
I'd like to suggest we get rid of Hubber Score - and perhaps even Hub Scores. They:- are constantly misunderstood;- cause a lot of upset and grief in the forums; and- encourage newbie Hubbers to direct their efforts in entirely wrong directionsFor instance, I've known newbie Hubbers stop...
by Karen Hellier 5 years ago
What is your Hubber Score right now?What is your Hubber Score ( the number next to your picture on your profile if you aren't sure what I mean?) Mine happens to be 100 right at the moment, but could change at any second so I am freezing that in time and wondering what everyone else's is?
by Mike Pugh 5 years ago
Have you ever made it to a hubber score of 100?If you have made it there, can you give us non 100 hub scorer's some much needed tips to finally tip the scale, and make it there. It's surely a tough thing to accomplish, but with such assistance it might help get us over the hump.
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