If your hubs are well-written and have links, pictures, videos etc., your hub score will increase. If you participate in the forums and leave comments at other peoples' hubs, your hub score will increase. These are just a few ways.
Usually when a hubber has a zero score, it's because of duplicate content or other similar issues. Have you posted these articles elsewhere? Perhaps some more experienced hubbers can give you a better answer.
Welcome to Hub PAges. I'd suggest that you ignore the numbers for a while. Don't even look at them for a couple of weeks.
As you participate in hub pages by writing good hubs, participating in the forums, etc. your rankings will increase.
Trying to compare yourself to someone else who just started, and trying to second guess why the numbers are different is a waste of time. (Unless don't really have anything more interesting to yack about) Cheers, Eric G.
Hi all. This conversation has helped me alot to understand why. I feel like a brand new baby out here. I don't understand tag words. I don't understand the point system. And I can't figure out how to get people to be fans either.
fans will come eventually Just keep active in the community and other hubbers will begin noticing you. The more they see your name in the forums or see comments from you on hubs, the moretraffic you'll get and eventually fans
Not complaining but I don't understand hub. In an attempt to get involved, I started following a lot of Hubbers. Many of them followed me back and I am seeing a dramatic increase in viewing traffic for my hubs. I guess...
I've been on here for a few years, and I guess I never really understood the point of these scores. They don't seem to provide any real value to the user and I can't convince myself that they add value because they...
Anybody got any ideas?http://hubpages.com/food/How-to-Make-St … Tea-RecipeIt's already been edited to a fare-thee-well.Kind of getting tired of it dragging down my profile score.Meanwhile...Happy Monday morning!