I am here for four years now and my hubber score never dropped below ninety in last four years. In fact, it has touched 100 on few occasions. As far as traffic is concerned, it has been more than fifty thousands per month for a considerable time. My hubber score has abruptly dropped from 95 to 70 within a month that has never been noticed in the past. I accept that my language may not be very perfect but I'm writing in same style since beginning. I'll request for some good and critical suggestions.
Wow-- sorry to hear that. it does seem unusual given your long history with high scores. i think you need to ask the team directly to find out if it is a mistake or if there is a reason.
Maybe start editing and checking links.
Updating with some new information may help.
Don't feel badly my scores have dropped also and not seen a recovery since , well, a while. I would not worry about the scores. It doesn't define who you are just ensure your content is original and best of your abilities, promote to 'clean' sites, not 'suspicious neighborhoods' and you should continue to do well with your traffic.
That your score has continued to fall since you made the original post is significant. If your traffic has remained steady but your author score is dropping, what that says is that HubPages thinks something about your Hubs isn't right.
From reading about a half dozen of your Hubs, it's clear that there is a definite problem with English language usage and that your linking and product promotions could be considered to be "unrelated" to the point where, if all your Hubs look like the small sample I read, your overall account could be in jeopardy. I suggest you read about all the content quality changes and standards that have been updated over this past year and start editing and improving your Hubs immediately.
by Yves 22 months ago
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by Sondra Rochelle 4 years ago
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by quiterandom 5 years ago
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by SpaceShanty 5 years ago
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by Audrey Hunt 4 years ago
Just had a big drop on my profile score. And all my hubs were featured along with a steady 10 Editors Choice. I say 'were' because 3 were just unfeatured and I don't know what to do about that. My views are over 945,000. Boo-hoo. Hubpages doesn't love me anymore!
by Missing Link 9 months ago
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