Is the hubscore affected by the title you choose? I find that when I type a title for my hub and click on the preview, the hubscore has already been decided before I key in anything else. It does not change when I edit it.
When I was new I asked this question and the response I received was that the hubscore you receive when creating a brand new hub depends on certain factors:
1. The keywords and wording of the title
2. If the topic is original to HP
3. If the topic is extensively covered or not
4. The search friendliness of the topic.
I think there are some other algorithm stuff involved but since I am not technically savvy, I don't know what they are. All new hubs start off with a different score. Some start with 55 others may start with 45, depends on how HP filters view your title and topic.
The score changes as the hub ages and the views increase.
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