Hi fellow hubbers,
I will like to know some more ways I can still employ to increase my hub score.
The More Traffic you get, the more you can increase your hubscore. Plus, I do not know if this is true or not, but is seems like the longer a visitor stays on your site, your score goes up. So, sometimes I put related vidoes on my site so that visitors will stay a little longer.
Increasing traffic is the single best way to improve your score, but there are a whole bunch of factors that feed into the Hubber Score, among them are:
- traffic, ratings, and the composition of your hubs
- regular participation in the community (making hubs, commenting, forums, etc.)
- your fans and who you are a fan of
- the pattern of outbound links in your hubs
- how often your hubs get flagged and/or have to be moderated
It seems the "quality" of traffic is significant (length of time, who's reading,etc.). My hubs with the highest traffic are not necessarily the most highly scored.
Yes yes yes...more traffic is what I need too. The more traffic...the better your score.
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