Why is the score getting lower everyday? The highest number I had was 83, haven't seen that number in awhile. Thanks
Author scores / profile scores do keep moving up and down due to many reasons. Don't worry about that ..after a point it does stabilize to a certain extent ( just kidding it never really does)
I just took a look at one of your hubs and I feel you have way too many amazon products for the number of words in that hub. Check that out . Just keep writing ..don't worry about Author scores .
I notice you have 200 followers after only 8 hubs.
Are you perhaps hitting the Follow button on every hubber you come across? If so, you are killing your score.
Read this thread.
Also, you should only "follow" people whose Hubs you actually intend to read regularly. It looks like you're following about 2000 users, and I doubt you're keeping up with all of them.
Where do you find that stat maddie? I see # following me but not # I'm following anywhere.
Also, if we are following too many people ( I did what Brinafr did but not as bad), do you suggest we Un-follow people if we really won't read their hubs?
I am following Hubbers who don't even hub is that a bad thang too?
Yes. Follow people who you are interested in and who make an effort to write.
Are you using somekind of internet marketing tool to generate followers? Be careful with these, I'm sure hubpage is pretty smart about this.
I notice one thing. Whenever someone appears with a thread crying for falling hubscore, it instantly picks up. Is there a human hand behind this?
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