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Want A Higher Hubscore?

Updated on January 11, 2011

So you would like a higher Hubscore? Well that's what we all want and some people think that by writing many hubs, your Hubscore will improve. Not really. While many Hubs give a reader a wider variety on what to read, in personal experience, it's a matter of quality over quantity.

As i told a fellow friend (shoutout to TonyMac :) ) a Hubscore is like a plant. If you nurture the plant and take good care of it, it will grow and flower. Write good articles on things that interest you but do a bit of research to get the most quality from your Hub. Once you're satisfied, publish it and watch it become popular. While this may not hold true for every person, it is a general guideline.

When i write a Hub, i do a bit of background information research, throw in a little personal experience and other people's advice and hey Presto! A Hub is born. The friends i have made here are a great inspiration and meeting new people is a great way to find out what interests people and perhaps another idea is incubated, hatches into a plan and grows into a hub.

So good luck to everyone wanting a higher hubscore. I hope you can take some advice from this article.

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    • broussardleslie profile image

      Leslie Broussard 7 years ago

      I agree, Cisco, quality of hubs is very important. Not only for our personal hub score, but also for the integrity of HubPages. If we want this website to be a place internet searchers go to for information, we have to make sure we are putting out quality information.

      Now that I have 15 hubs, I plan to go back through all of them and make them better.

      Thanks for bringing up an important issue.

      Blessings,

      Leslie

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      CiscoPixie 7 years ago from I'm in a world of my own, but aren't we all?

      I agree. Hubpages is the best site i have ever encountered and i am proud to write for them :) You have a valid point. Another thing Hubbers don't realize is if you put it odd tags related to your hub, it might be something someone's looking for.

      Keep well,

      CP

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      benny Faye Douglass 7 years ago from Gold Canyon, Arizona

      Thank you for all of your informative info, I will your info into consideration. creativeone59

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      mizink 7 years ago from Missouri

      Good points cisco, I will try and take care of my hubscore like a plant.

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      RedElf 7 years ago from Canada

      Good info! Welcome to HubPages - I am sure you'll do well here!

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      CiscoPixie 7 years ago from I'm in a world of my own, but aren't we all?

      Ah now i'm being teased about the plant thing. Oh well, my trademark! But i wish you all good luck :)

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      DeBorrah K Ogans 7 years ago

      Cisco Pixie,

      I agree hubpages is a great place!

      Thank you for these great tips!

      I am always looking for ways to improve..

      Blessings!

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      stars439 7 years ago from Louisiana, The Magnolia and Pelican State.

      i am always tweeking my hubs. i did not know what tweeking meant until i began reading the works of other writers here. there is a well spring of knowledge at your finger tips on hub pages. you learn from the skills of great writers here. excuse me for not using capital letters. my left arm and shoulder are sore from staying so busy on hub pages. a great place to enjoy. your articles are fine. god bless

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      CiscoPixie 7 years ago from I'm in a world of my own, but aren't we all?

      thank you stars and deborrah! I wish you guys higher hubscores and many fans :)

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      Hub Llama 7 years ago from Denver, CO

      Also, the amount of traffic your Hub gets contributes to the HubScore, so the more you click on it to tweak it, the better it does :) (This is actually true, but only for the short run.)

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      CiscoPixie 7 years ago from I'm in a world of my own, but aren't we all?

      True, but i think working towards a goal for the long run works a bit better :) but thank you for that advice!

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      James A Watkins 7 years ago from Chicago

      Very sound advice. Thank you for sharing your perspective. Welcome to the Hub Pages Community!

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      CiscoPixie 7 years ago from I'm in a world of my own, but aren't we all?

      Thanks James :)

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      Cassandra Mantis 7 years ago from UK and Nerujenia

      Oh heaven, we all want a high hub score! It can never be high enough, especially if its below 100!

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      Chin chin 7 years ago from Philippines

      I also want a Higher Hubscore and HubPages' Great Community inspire me to write quality hubs. Thanks for the insight.

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      Cleanclover 7 years ago from Piece of land!

      Well my hubscore never went above 97. But yea what matters is the content and the amount of fans you have also how many and what people write about your hub as comments. I've noticed these things slightly increase the score by 3 or 4.

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      Andrea 7 years ago from Italy

      I agree, quality is better, unless I'm the only one around who doesn't have enough good original ideas to write a hub a day. :)

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      CiscoPixie 7 years ago from I'm in a world of my own, but aren't we all?

      You are not alone hypnodude. I cannot find enough content to write at least one hub a day. thank you for commenting :)

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      Elayne 7 years ago from Rocky Mountains

      Seems my hubscores are similar to the results I got on tests in high school - brings back some bad memories of just missing an A!! I'll keep trying...

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