I have 2 hubs that look like this:
High Paying Keywords▼ 97 7 11 230 230 230 123403640402/07/09
How To Monetize Your Blog 96 30 136 629 773 773 123385366102/05/09
This is the 2 top scoring hubs, at the moment. Now the one that has a rating of 96 is currently on the "hot hubs" front page. The one that is 97, is no where to be found. also the 97 one has been published more recently. Why isn't it showing up on the hot hubs?
Here are the links to the pages:
Hot hubs are dependant on the category there in.
Quick question, what are the 1234036404 and 1233853661 numbers for?
Its because your "High Paying Keywords" has a monthly traffic of 230 whilst your "How To Monetize Your Blog" has a monthly traffic of 773.
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