Hi folks, i just became part of hubpages and write one hub too but my hubscore is just 21 where score of my hub is 65.
Why is that, is it not good to write a hub as soon as you join.
Can anybody help
Hope this helps. (you can write a Hub anytime)
You're BRAND new! Just barely over a day--the hubscore takes time to rise. Yes, publishing original hubs will increase your overall hubscore, but it isn't instant gratification. It takes a little time for your hubtivity to be reflected in your score. Over the next few days and weeks, your score will continue to rise so long as you stay active and keep publishing original quality hubs.
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