Hi folks -
I'm just wondering how this works as I have number of hubs that I know are linked to by several reputable external sites - totally organic links from school teachers' class project sites and others - that show only one star in the links section. So, what does the star mean? How many links to get more than one star?
I guess this is explained somewhere in the LC but I've been too dumb to pick it up. If someone with a generous heart and a few moments to spare could explain, I'd be grateful.
Like most of the metrics on hubpages it means not many, two stars means a few more and when you get to 4 or 5 stars you have lots... Not really a precise and helpful measure but has uses as a guide for some..
Just as useful as hubscore......
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