I have been here hubbing away for two weeks now. I was thrilled my status hit 89, but then it dropped to 87. A hub hit 80... then it dropped to 77. My total views are about 250. So... I am wondering what is the next important thing to do? I am writing almost daily. I am reading hubs, commmenting, and becoming and getting fans. Just keep doing this? Or am I missing something?
Don't worry about your hubscores or author score unless you're using HP for backlinks to other sites. Just worry about how your hubs are faring in the search engines.
Generate traffic post your urls in signatures, RSS feeds, write articles with resource box pointing back to HP, just a few ideas.
by Randall Rittenberry6 years ago
Just curious why my author score is dropping....My first few hubs were basically promotional and shorter and I had a score of 79. It has dropped to 67 as of today after a new hub I put up that was not promotional and...
by TimTurner7 years ago
"This is the first day of my last days.Build it up, now I take it apart,Climb up real high,Now fall down real far.""No need for me to stay,The last thing left,I just threw it away.""Put my faith...
by Laura Marie5 years ago
My traffic has taken a dramatic nosedive in the past 3 days or so. I was doing really well and was happy with earnings from the ad program and eBay (disappointed with adsense, but hey you cant have everything), BUT now...
by Kayla Hebert6 weeks ago
I have a question about ad program. I was doing extremely well at first with ad program and CPM was fairly decent and then I had 2 record traffic days back to back that I was so excited to see how they would affect the...
by Eugene Brennan8 weeks ago
If a hub makes lots of money from Amazon sales and is top of the list in searches, why snip links? Is it just for the good of the site?
by Brie Hoffman7 years ago
In your experience...
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