Hubscore falls and rises in regular intervals. No problem if you have original and quality content and your hubs receiving regular traffic. Your hubber score will rise if you are regular in forum, reading and commenting on hubs (others') and active in hubpages in general. You need at least 75 to have "Do follow" links in your hubs. Otherwise these will be "No follow".
Add some videos,move those photo's down the page and use the spell checker in the text boxs. That lets google place ads up towards the top and gives a better chance of getting a click thru. That will help your score a lot. I am trying to be helpful only..
I will not make another thread so I will ask my question here.
I am new to hubpages and have posted 3 hubs, with a great amount of visits in the first day (unforced visits). My hubscore started at 30 and has dropped to 12 faster than you can say "boo". I am active in forums as well as answering other people in the answers section.
Did everyone have this problem starting out ? Did you all start at Hubscore 30 ?
My hubscore went down to 3 .... 3!!!! I have no idea why . I try my best to give good quality unique content...share my thoughts with others...help with the answers.....Could someone please explain this?
I made an investigation of the people that have joined in the past 4 days. 99% have a hubscore of 0 after 2 days. But there are some that have scores of 50 with no followers and only 1 mediocre hub....whats the deal? Could someone please explain.
Is there an email of a support team or sth for hubpages?
Hi Everyone! I have just joined Hub Pages 10 days ago and I have one hub published. My question to all of those experienced hubbers that is my hub score good enough to get an AdSense account? I have a 61 score and...
Hi HubbersI am a new hubber to hub pages, I would like to know how to increase my hubscore and meanwhile. I want the guidance of all you people to grow and publish more and more interesting hubs.RegardsC R Manjunath
Hi there, I'd been on Hubpages for 6 months now but probably been active for only 2 or 3 weeks. At the moment, I have 7 hubs and only 1 have breached the 80 mark (75-85). Most are in the 70s. 1-2 will drop down to 60s...