When all goes right, your new HubPage starts off with a 50 and gradually gains points into the 60’s and beyond, finally settling into a range from 70 to 100. How high it eventually gets is dependent on many factors: content, topic, titles, keywords, writing skill, language skills, timing, luck … Yet it must be frustrating to launch a new HubPage article and see it become stuck in the lower 50s.
The Hub score is not important. What is important is what it says about the quality of your Hub.
Don't let low Hub scores defeat you
Low Hub scores, lead to low Hubber scores, and generally are generally result in revenue resistance – few impressions, little or no clicks, and little or no passive income. Produce a handful of these non-starters and a writer can get frustrated, disillusioned and lose interest.
I’m not promising any revenue or viral readership, but there is a technique that will get you a higher starting Hub score when you first publish your HubPage, and will help you to craft a better Hub with better potential to actually get you some results.