I know about the Hubscores for your Hubs, but how do they arrive at your overall Hubscore? Is it simply an average of all your Hubs, or what?
Also, I can't find anything on citing sources. What are the expectations for citing where you got your info? I just wrote a Hub and cited all sources at the end of the Hub, not sure if that will do. (I didn't quote anything or take anything word for word from my sources.)
Any help on these 2 questions would be appreciated!
Your hubber score is a compilation of a several things;
stuff like that - I think the formula is almost as guarded as Google's algo
Except as an ego barometer, the only important factor of a hubber score is that it be above 75 so that your links remain "dofollow"
Citations at the end of a hub are fine - and pretty much a literary standard. I don't think HP requires citations, but including them enhances your credibility as a writer.
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