What's the difference of the score posted beside my hub title than the score beside by profile picture? I'm confuse.
As stated in the other responses....keeping it above 75 is the key....the rest of the time....the number seems to change and move for no apparent reason....I had a day where my hubs hit 700 hits in one day....and my score went down 8 points....then other days...when you can hear the crickets at my hubs...the score goes up....I never can figure that one out.
HUBSCORE is based on the specific hub - things like number of words, comments, pictures and traffic.
AUTHORSCORE is based on hubscore, site interaction etc.
However scores are almost meaningless - they have nothing to do with your earnings or traffic a lot of the time: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/82197#post1766251
The other thing to remember is that your author score needs to be over 75 for your hubs to have "DO FOLLOW" enabled, that is, search engines will follow links to and from your hubs. That's important.
To add what Thejeffriestube said, your hubs scores need to be above 40 for the same to happen.
So even if your author score is above 75 and your hubscore drops to 40 and below they will become no-follow.
by yellowbutterfly 14 months ago
Can someone tell me what is the 'hub score' please? It seems to have no relevance to the number of page views on my hubs.Thanks!yellowbutterfly
by Catherine Giordano 2 years ago
My hub scores range from 65 to 87 as of the last time I looked. My average is 73. To me it seems like I have a "C" average. I'm disappointed and discouraged. I am doing everything that is recommend to get a good score.It is disheartening not to get a feedback. For...
by Barbara Badder 5 years ago
My author score is now 88. I've been active on the forums, hopping hubs, and answering questions. I haven't had this low of score since when I first started. Does removing poorly performing hubs cause author scores to go down or what is the problem?
by Liz Elias 21 months ago
Hi--me again.. I was reading that there is a 'nofollow' generated on hubs with scores of 50 or under, so I've un-published all of mine that were down in that range. The result is that my total hub count is now way down, so that instead of 10 more hubs to 100, I've now got to...
by OPSCisco 2 years ago
What is considered a good hub score? How do I improve my hub score?
by Maurice Glaude 4 years ago
Do-follow and No-follow backlinks affect our page ranking in google. Is there any relation to our hubscore here on Hubpages? I've been told that there is probably no affect on our hubscore in relation to our backlinks. What do you think? Also has anyone monitored one of their pages and frequently...
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