I think I am still a little baffled by this but I realize that the hubs that get the most external traffic are the ones in the 70 - 80 range. The hubs with higher scores are mostly HP readers.
There is a hub that sits at 78 for the longest while and when I checked the stats the ratio was astounding for 80% of all the views were from other traffic sources mainly Google.
Your not alone - I got just 14 hubs and can therefore see exactly whats going on.
Two of my hubs that receive just 1 visit a day from HP has the highest scores and even reaches 90 at times. Where as the other one getting 25 google hits a day is between 70 - 80 mostly 76 or so..
Cardisa your not alone cause it baffles me too!
Just goes to show that the numbers don't mean that much. Many of us pay too much attention to them.
Maybe if some creative veteran hubber wrote a jingle and set it to music, it would make a bigger impression, and sink in. How about to the tune of Billy Preston, "Nothing from Nothing"?
Hub-ber and Hub scores mean nothing...
I kind of like that they're not my "best" ones.
If they were, then other users could target the best ones and remake them in hopes of piggybacking off of profitable ideas.
I actually kind of wonder if the hub staff intended hubscore to work that way.
It's a possibility. But, no one can beat you in your own niche
Melbel, you are right. One hubber I know does that but she rewrites them so well that you can't flag her. None of her hubs have the comments capsule activated.
by ehonhdouzi 4 years ago
Mine is just about 70......
by Faith Reaper 5 years ago
I am just curious, all 92 hubs of mine are featured. In your opinion, should one delete (although Featured) any hubs where the score on a particular hub has eventually dropped way down from when it was initially high at one point? Or would it be better to just unpublish and later...
by Kate Swanson 4 years ago
I'd like to suggest we get rid of Hubber Score - and perhaps even Hub Scores. They:- are constantly misunderstood;- cause a lot of upset and grief in the forums; and- encourage newbie Hubbers to direct their efforts in entirely wrong directionsFor instance, I've known newbie Hubbers stop...
by Paola Bassanese 11 months ago
Hi,I am curious to know what's the highest score you've ever got for a hub. Mine is 93.Please share your proudest achievements!Paola
by Yves 20 months ago
Can anyone here make rhyme or reason out of the HP scoring system?For example, I have a high-traffic hub with a low score, and then other thoroughly researched articles, with graphs and everything else, but which do not necessarily have high traffic, but which may share a similar score (as the high...
by Scott S Bateman 3 years ago
Do you add content to your worst-performing Hub or your best to make it even better? Do you add content to the low-scoring Hubs before the high scorers? What else do you think when you decide when or if to add content to a Hub?
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