Is there a cut off for what a decent hub score should be? For example I am thinking I should focus my time on trying to improve my hubs that have aged a bit but are still falling below a 75 hubscore. Would having all hubs above 75 be considered decent, unrealistic or none of the above.
Thanks for any advice you could give me.
I completely ignore scores now - Google can't see them and they are only an internal measurement. The way to judge how well your hubs are doing is by their traffic and earnings.
I have many hubs with 63-75 hubscore. I change the titles using Google Adwords Keywords tool. Very helpful. The scores increase a little. I believe updating the contents and adding Amazon capsules will be better
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