I have never gotten a higher score (hubauthor) than 95, today something made it 96, does this count as a mile stone I mean it took a mile of writing to reach this threshhold How the heck do you get your hubauthor score to reach 100 or even 99??? I have studied all the pages that have authors of 99 and 100 and I'm not doing anything they arent... maybe its the promotional stuff huh? Once I hit the SEO and flood the traffic to my hubs that will give me the 4 needed points?
any thoughts guys?
I have made 100 a few times....I don't know how, but it fluctuates so it's usually gone by the time I return to see it again.
I've looked at Patty Inglish's hubs. She's at 100 pretty much all the time. I'm not sure if it's because she has hundreds of hubs, or the way that she writers them or the topics.
I'm almost completely sure it has everything to do with traffic... my hubs don't get traffic really outside of hubpages, some do but most don't, so the real test will be when I unleash my secret traffic tools on hubpages and power drive thousands of hits to all my hubs a day... should see my score hit 100 then.. they measure traffic by offhubpages (links in) traffic not traffic within the site.. also by comments, by forum posts, (hubscore) and so on. The only link I'm missing is seo.. so we shall see. My samurwriter hub has ONLY hubpages traffic so I'm about to unleash the beast over there using my SA tools so let's see what happens...
p.s. I got 50 new fans in 3 days just by joining 100 fan clube granted they were mostly fans from this account but still... I am going to have to spend a week just adding myself to all of my fans from here (I love all my fans hubs!) but hopefully that translates over there.. that account will be getting the really interresting hubs soon enough..
I am usually in the 96-98 range and have been 99 but seldom stay there long! I can only say that I have put a lot of articles up, replied to most comments, join a lot of fan clubs, post commenst at other hubbers's sites, posted in these forums and also advertised my hubs at other websites and forums. I have also tried tips like doing ezine articles although this has brought no discernable results.
I think number of hubs, quality and amount of interaction here are the main ways to increase the score.
I am here for the around 7 months now and have 65 Hubs, 40 referrels ( don't ask me how many are active ) and 200 plus fans.My hubscores vary from 93 to 96. I wish i could reach the 100 but do not have any clue what to do either.
by vector636 8 years ago
Hi friends I am quite new here on hubpages but i have written more than 100 articles on helium.I want to know that how much time it took you to reach 100$ a month mark. and how many hubbs have you written by now ?although it is quite a relative thing because it depends on topics choosen as well as...
by bayoulady 4 years ago
Hi Anybody..I need help.I am probably am asking stupid questions. If you feel that I am, just ignore me. I've been here since late June, and thanks to all the advice I took early on, I have a good hubber score (ranges 95-100).I have 14 hubs,(or 15..can't remember..)and I like what I have done...
by Trudy Cooper 3 years ago
Why do you think the hub with the highest score was scored higher than your others? Interested to know.
by PaulaHenry1 8 years ago
Curious if it is worth your time, I ran across info on it and didn't know if we could benefit from it.
by sam24354 2 years ago
I have just started, so I dont expect it in the near future, but how many hubs, or how many months before you start making money? How much traffic is considered to be good traffic? Right now I am getting about an average of 75 hits per day on 4 hubs. Is that good? What...
by RealityBomb 5 years ago
First, I want to apologize if you've heard this question a 1000 times before, but I'd be grateful if you could advise me from your experience.If I was to publish a large number of hubs across various topics, each targeting a well researched keyword/s, is it realistic to aim for an average daily...
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