Why did my hubscore go up when I first published it the score was only 45 now it's up to 70?
Hub scores are based on content, set up and how many people read it. When you first publish a hub it scores it based on content and then as people read and/or comment on it the score rises.
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by Palis Pisuttisarun2 years ago
Hello guys!I just started HubPages less than a month ago so I'm fairly new and might not understand the way HubScore works like you do.I have published 5 hubs and I published my 5th hub yesterday. My fifth hub is called...
by Guided Abundance2 years ago
Do-follow and No-follow backlinks affect our page ranking in google. Is there any relation to our hubscore here on Hubpages? I've been told that there is probably no affect on our hubscore in relation to our backlinks....
by Engelis3 months ago
I have been on Hubpages for almost 3 years now! I have never experienced such a low HubberScore of 43-45, it has always been 70+, even in my worst days. What's even worse for my current situation, it is that this...
by Janet218 years ago
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by Chandrashekhar Siva2 years ago
I think I know the answers I will get from my fellow hubbers on this topic. But what is funny is that two days of no activity from me in Hubpages has dragged my Hubscore from 79 to 74. How fair is that? I cannot...
by NunezWillLearn7 years ago
I dont know what I did but my hub score dropped from 81 to 60. Can anyone tell me the reason and suggest me an effective resolution for getting back to the prior position.
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