I was researching Moller Skycar and yet the first photo response was a hub with a score of 50 something below it was another article with a score above 70. Why isn't there a ranking within our internal HubPage search? Or it is dependent upon the labels in the photos? What can we as writers do to be at the top of HubPages own search engine IF the HubPage score is not a driving force?
Using the internal search, you get two options by which you can sort results: relevance (determined by some sort of algorithm) and date.
It would surprise me if visitors to the site used the search engine on here much. I think they land from a search term and then the distractions are too many for them to use it.
I think it is meant to be clear that hubscores don't actually do anything.
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