Just happened to look and I have a 99! The numbers must be random!!!
I was at 99 for a day or two this week. I don't know what the heck I was doing right but I wasn't complaining. Now today I've dropped down to 96, and that's with publishing a new Hub in the interim. I thought your HubScore generally went up when you published a new Hub, but I guess not. I officially have given up trying to figure out how those #'s are calculated.
Whatever it is your doing, keep doing it and you'll end up with 100.
I am happy if I get to 90, I think staying high is hard. I thought our scores went down based on how many people click and read the hub or hubs. How does one even maintain 100?
I'm sure there is a rhyme if not a reason for the number. I don't really pay it much attention either, but I don't think I've ever got a 100. I know some great hubbers who have smaller numbers than I do. Fair? Probably not, but there you go.
by Kain 360 5 years ago
A couple years ago in 2011, I had a hub on another account that went up to 5000 views rapidly. Eventually it waned to about 1000-1300 views. Now after a couple years it gets about a few hundred views a day astonishingly. Would that hub be defined as "going viral?" I know it's not...
by Muhammad Rafiq 3 years ago
I am thrilled to let you know that I got my first payout today. It's really encouraging and thrilling!
by Holle Abee 6 months ago
Kayla, my grandpup, had 5 Great Dane babies on my birthday!
by David 470 8 years ago
I have started not to care about hubscore as much cause it never seems to go up past 97, but I noticed its 99 right now. I wondered if it made it to 100 when I was sleeping? Wonder if anyone noticed lol
by Sally Gulbrandsen 3 years ago
Now, that was a nice surprise!
by Renee S 3 months ago
I just want to share my good news that I just got promoted to Assistant Manager. I don't want to name the store. I've been waiting for some time to get this so I am pretty psyched about it.
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