It may be answered somewhere, but if it is I didn't find it. I know it's annoying when people ask questions that have been answered already so forgive me if it has. I have noticed that my number -- not my hubs, but my "personal" number goes from as high as 93 all the way down to, today, 86. Am I doing something to cause that?
Any information would be appreciated.
I sort of disagree with the FAQ on this one, lol. I have done what is mentioned there on a regular basis, and my hub score has actually dropped to a level and never recovered to where it was at several months ago.
I stand by my thoughts on it. It is a "mystery" that has a mind of its own. Maybe at one time it followed those guidelines in the FAQs, but it has matured and has become beyond HP control!
For basic questions such as this, it's often a good idea to just check the site FAQ,
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