What gives? Never had this one before. Usually they go pretty much in tandem. What a way to start the new year.
Can someone please explain? Did we change the Hub scoring system? Did I do something wrong to drop from 91 to 89/87?
No, you are still awesome.
4 points is a random-walk, statistically-invalid deviation.
Congrats your a member of the club
I have no clue why but it happens to me as well. My score is not crossing 85 now ever since Christmas
You're fine - the scores fluctuate a lot. My traffic is also way up, and my score has fluctuated down, too. As long as you're above 75, don't worry!
It's you. You had a negative thought at 3:15 yesterday afternoon (as close as I can tell with available equipment), and it was picked up by the HubPages Mind Reading by Comment Analysis Software and of course they decreased your score.
By the way, whatever you do, don't allow your self to believe this, even slightly. If you do, your score will decrease even more.
I'll probably lose 3 points later today just for mentioning this.. but I feel honor bound to tell the truth. Let the chips and scores fall where they may!
Haha, this made me lol! (+points for me lolling?)
Ha ha you may even gain 3 points and reach 99 and the moment you think its going to touch 100 it crashes back to 96
I used my newly created Hubore software to predict it
Hubore is my hub score software
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