Just joined today and would like to know what all the numbers mean, the ratings I guess. There is one like, right next to the article you write, then when you click on the article there are other little numbers in a box to the rt of the page....I am clueless, is there a link.
Next to your title is the HubScore, which is how well your hub is being visited. To the right are your score (which follows from the score of your hubs in some way I couldn't guess at) and the number of fans and hubs your. Fans are people that particularly like your hubs.
Mor on this on http://hubpages.com/faq/#hubscore
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