Okay, so I just published a new hub, and right when I publish it, the hub goes from a 50 to a 0?
I've never had this happen before, and it's not like it's a crappy blog or something. I did "all" of my research before hand, and for my standards it's a good blog.
I understnad that my niche is dogs and dog breeds, but my other new horse hub doesn't have a freakin' zero! Would that maybe have to do with anything?
Now, one of my blogs is a 97.. and I "know" it's not 97 rating material.
I wouldn't worry about it for a few days after first publishing it - sometimes the number can go up and down a lot during that time.
Jason, in my 19 months here I have NEVER heard of a hub dropping from 50 to ZERO?
You're kidding right?
I swear, I'm not kidding. My hub within "litterally" two seconds went from a 50 to 0 score.
I just hub hopped. It looks like all new hubs now start at zero.
I just published a hub and it is at 0 right now. Someone I follow just published a hub with a 0 score, too. Also, one of my hubs that is not so great has a score of 98. Obviously, there are some errors in the system right now. Hopefully they will fix it soon. I've never had a 0 before for anything on here.
Like has already been said, it seems hubs now start on 0.
But, that makes it more difficult for ALL to get Hubscores up to the minimum 40 which is required for dofollow links?
How was this change NOT announced to the community beforehand?
Yeah, I agree. I really think that Hubpages would announce something like this. For as long as I've been on Hubpages, they've always seemed to be really great about announcing any changes and etc...
Another case of you thinking that your 'observations' are equal to facts?
I know, the same thing happened to me on my other account. It was a 51 right before I published it, then immediately went to a zero. Something's fishy. Come on..!
Whether it is a temporary glitch, or new algorithm, it is the same for everyone.
I voted up this hub and marked it "useful" so why does it not show that it's been marked useful? Is that on a delay and I've never noticed before? I thought it was recorded and posted immediately.
The hub I published today also went down. When I published it was at 50 now it is at 0.
On the other hand I had a couple of hubs shoot up to 98 during that samw time.
They are still like that.
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