Im still working on an unpublished hub. Why do I see the score slowly rising over time?
One's own page views while editing and viewing your own hub are included in the statistics, therefore this "traffic" tends to raise the hub score.
Its a bit weird. I have a hub unpublished for months. There are only few words in it and I did no further editing after the first day still it manages to retain a good hub score. LOL. I am not bothered about score though.
Interesting!. Next, how do I delete a hub I started in error?
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