I read the section on the HubScore under the FAQs but I still have a question. If a HubScore is going up, does that mean that individual hub is getting some traffic? Thanks!!
It might mean that-- but you can tell if you are getting traffic by the number of views listed by your hub title on your 'account' page. You can also look at the "stats" at the top of each hub to see some of the sources of your traffic.
You have only been here a couple of days, so it is very early to be expecting traffic from search engines. Hang in there and it will come.
Nope! Traffic seems to make no difference on many of my hubs as they still move up and down, apparently with no connection to visitors. Time on page or incoming links may be considered, but this is merely a guess. No one knows how the score is tabulated completely. It's a trade secret, supposedly!
Probably, the reason that the hub score is going up, is mainly because the hub is getting the much required traffic. I feel that somehow, they both are inter-dependent.
I agree that traffic doesn't seem to be a factor. I've had titles I've created in hub templates that show up on my account, but are empty of any content, and mysteriously, their scores will start going up! There's no way anyone has viewed them, because they've never been published!
by Aya Katz 7 years ago
In the past two days, my hubscore has been at a record low, but my traffic and earnings have been at a high. Usually I have a hubscore in the 95-100 area. Lately, I haven't been able to devote much time to hubpages, so I wasn't surprised that the score started dropping. I figured that I was being...
by 1weddingsource 9 years ago
hi everyone,can anyone explain to me what is the reason why a hubscore is going up and after awhile it goes down.Thanx. I'd love to read what you know about this and if ever hubpages provided an explaination somewhere, can you share it with me.Marcy
by Jade Monique Taylor Hiralal 7 years ago
Hi there!Could someone please tell me if it's possible to edit your hub (add more links or information) in order to boost your hubscore without decreasing it?Thanks
by getpaidtopost 9 years ago
I have received over 250 views today on my top hub however my hubscore has decreased. Is it that hubpages take into account the percent of rate it up hits along with the hub views. say a percent of viewers have to click the rate it up button in order to increase your hub score. this is how it...
by Jeremy Gill 3 months ago
While we Hubbers often tell each other not to worry about each other's scores, and we really shouldn't, here's a quote from an official HubPages document (regarding the Quality Assessment Process) that shows scores have at least some practical value:"Articles written by authors with very high...
by moorebored 7 years ago
Why is my Hubscore Rising? This weekend is literally the worst days since I started. I've had 2 VIEWS in the past 2 days.... Yet my hubscore is now 81 after a week. The first 5 days I got like 300 views, and my hubscore stayed pretty low, then since then it's went up like 30 points in 2 days?Thanks...
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