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Will Hubber Score affect traffic level? If so, what should be the minimum Hubber Score for generating technically the highest traffic. I want some information on this aspect. Please help. Thanks.
Traffic affects HubberScore.
A higher HubberScore might get you a little more traffic by you being featured on extra pages around HubPages. But it is a reflection of your success rather than a precursor to it.
High Individual hub scores effect search engine traffic though don't they Darkside?
No. Hubscore has absolutely nothing to do with anything except whether your links are DoFollow or NoFollow, and maybe what your overall author score is.
Darkside gave a very good explanation, though. A higher hubscore MIGHT get your hub featured on a few more pages, resulting in slightly higher traffic, but that's it.
Thank you darkside. One thing. If similar topics are written on by differnet hubbers, will the hub of the hubber with highest Hubber Score appear first in organic search? Please advise.
Not necessarily. If you have good keywords and good content, anything is possible. Sometimes hubbers with higher scores may have better content and better keywords if they have had more experience. So don't give up. I don't have many hubs, but I have several that are on the first page of google and even other search engines. Since the Google changes, however, some of my hubs are no longer on the first page but moved to page 5 or 8 or so.
The hubscore needs to be above 75 to have do-follows, is that correct?
I believe the individual hub needs to have a score of 45 or higher to have DoFollow links. But your author score can also affect it. If your author score dips below 75 (I think), then ALL links are NoFollow, despite individual hub scores.
by Eric Dierker3 years ago
I am looking for 5 things that will increase my hubber score.Assume there are enough articles to manipulate and about 200 featured but a ton "less than". The hubber does not network and just wants to raise the...
by Kate Swanson4 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...
by Marina2 years ago
A month ago I announced some updates to HubScore: raw traffic is deemphasized, reader satisfaction is emphasized, and overall, the scores are a more accurate reflection of the quality of Hubs than they used to be....
by Sondra Rochelle3 years ago
For a good number of weeks my hubber score has hovered around the 100 mark. Two days ago it started falling, and as I write this, it is down to 89! If this keeps up, it will be 0 in a week! No rhyme or...
by SpaceShanty4 years ago
I have noticed it is hovering just below 85 recently. I have a few Hubs with a score of around 71, could this be the reason?
by galleryofgrace14 months ago
Why does my score drop one point just because I logged in??????? It happens every time. So maybe I'll just quit logging in and my score will stay at 83. Since google only recognizes hubbers with scores of 83 or higher!
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