I remark that each time I correct a page - I'm french so that my english grammar is sometimes faulty - I remark the score goes down.
Also the score doesn't seem to be related to the length or to the traffic as for example this one is rather lengthy and got one of the best traffic ever within one hour:
So how does it work ? Don't tell me you do like Google so that it is a secret
There are several components of HubScore. The best thing to do is to create high quality Hubs that people find useful.
Well this is the worst hubpage score: only 38
Can animals do abstract thinking
http://hubpages.com/hub/Can_animals_do_ … t_thinking
Even a mere porn page has better scoring !
And yes for sure you want to reflect quality except that I don't see how since people don't comment, don't rate, traffic is not taken into account, length neither. So is there an invisible hand or is it an algorithm if yes maybe you could correct it
You find this "quality" ? Score even better than my 38 score for the page above
http://hubpages.com/hub/Pamela_Anderson … once_again
If yes OK I will now know what "quality" means
By the way I've been Quality Engineer at the beginning of my carreer (today I'm IT Project Manager and Part-Time Trader) that's why I talked so much about Edwards Deming
Poor him he has also only a score of 41:
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