I have 3 hub pages around the subject of recycling. Each is original content and even though they are new they are gaining some scores in the 60's. However on my profile I have a score of 50 and it says I have no hubs. How do my individual scores and the amount of hibs get to my profile?
I did look through the forums and help and found no answer.
I would appreciate any help anyone can give me before I publish my next article.
Thanks, NEIL (Proudgrandpa)
Have you published your hubs? The scores can go up even if they are unpublished based on your few clicks and the content. Open the hub, click edit and then click publish now. See if that works.
Could you have hit the "un-publish" button by mistake?
And this might be a great opportunity to fix the spelling in your name
If you hit the "Done Editing" button instead of the "Publish" button, they're not yet published.
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