So I am still reading through things and learning but I still don't know or understand what they are. For instance next to one of my hubs is the number 75, another 45. Maybe I have read it and didn't understand what I was reading I don't know but at any rate......What do they mean?
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/hubs … bber-score
The link is from the learning center aat the foot of the page.
Actually, it's the number of times that your work has been stolen.
The first thing you need to learn here is that the scores (author score, hub score, hub karma) are just that - numbers. And they have little or no meaning.
The only thing that scores change is if any links you make to outside websites are dofollow or nofollow. You need a hubscore over 40 and an author score of over 75 to turn all your links to dofollow.
The best way to judge your progress? Earnings and traffic. A hub with a score of 100 may earn you no money at all, while a hub with a score of 65 may earn you $5 a week.
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