Up until a few months ago my hubber score was always in the top 90s;then for no apparent reason it dwindled down to the lower 80s and has never risen back to the original high score .
I have more followers and also more comments for my hubs;my comments score is also an 8; so does anyone what the reason could be ?
I wouldn't stress too much; scores don't impact on your earnings.
Oh Ok thanks Wry Lilt;I was curious more than anything.
Good Morning, Eddy. Where do you find your comment score? I agree with everything sofs said: You are a great Hubber in my book.
This is just a stab in the dark, but I think scores (hub and Hubber) work on the the principle of ratios. So if your ratio is askew then your score will drop and if it is balanced then it will rise. Like this, if you make Significantly more comments then you receive(drop), if you receive significantly more comments than you make (drop), if you receive significantly more HP traffic than search engines then (drop) or if you receive significantly more search traffic than HP (drop) and so on and so on...
This is just personal observation. I really have absolutely no idea, but noticed when I receive the Hub of the Day Award my hubber score dropped! I looked at my statistics and it was the first time my HP traffic overcame my google traffic (when I had traffic) I have since crashed, burned and flat lined. So now my traffic is askew and I get the majority of traffic from HP- and my score has dropped again...
by Kate Swanson 5 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 Carolee Samuda 6 years ago
What's your take on jealousy among hubbers on Hubpages?I published a hub a few days ago. The hubscore started at 66 and has been doing great. Two nights ago the hub went to 91. A hubber left a comment on the hub - "How did you get that many followers?". The hubber did not say anything...
by GoogleCashMoney 10 years ago
Dear Hubbers,I have publish around 11 Hubs and my Hublinks are as follows:<snipped link><snip> <snip><snip><snippety snip> <snip><snip> <snip><snip><snip><snip--DO NOT START POSTS FOR THE PURPOSE OF LINKING> I have receive lots...
by Monica Langley 5 years ago
Can you guys guide me what are comment levels? How are the levels figured? And how to increase your comment level? Have you some ideas?
by Kristin Trapp 7 years ago
If HubPages ever has a focus group of selected hubbers I would love to be a part of it. They could do some regional focus groups (maybe start in Chicago for me) and really get some great input from a hubber's perspective on tweaks. I think HubPages is awesome. I was attracted to it by its clean...
by Peter Owen 7 years ago
I had a bunch of forum posts two months ago about hubscore dropping due to following too many people. It got so much action that I wrote hub about it.<snipped link>New question on Hubscore:When I write a hub, and people comment, I usually respond to each comment by writing a follow-up...
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