Funny hubs get a lot of views, and even more clicks. Informative hubs are great and you can get a couple hundred views a day, but genuinely funny ones are the truly amazing ones.
Secondly, focus on niches. Find something you know a lot about and get multiples hubs about them. Make sure they each have backlinks, and make sure you can navigate to ANY of your hubs in that particular niche you have (through links in the hubs: sry if that is confusing).
In other words, if you wrote 7 articles about cats, make sure you can have a link to EACH one in ALL seven of your hubs. That way if you get 100 views a day on the first one, you will average around 50-75 on all the others. If someone is searching your niche on Google, you want to be the FIRST one that pops up.
Keywords are your bread and butter. If you don't know how to use them you will not do well in hubpages. There's no formula to it. Just include phrases and words multiple times in your hubs. A way to check how many times you include certain key phrases is to do control F when on your hub. Type in your phrase and it will tell you how many times it's on your hub.
Things take time too. I started out getting super excited when I got 1 or 2 clicks a month. Over the years my hubs have gotten much much more than that. Even if you have an amazing hubs and go right away to work making backlinks, it will take a good month or two before it is highly rated on Google.
And don't worry about the hub score. It serves very little purpose to me now. My scores fluctuate btwn 6-10 points every day but I am still getting a ton of views so what does it mater?
My last super crucial advise that helped one of my hubs go from 1500 views/day to 28,000 views/day is to include pictures. Social media is taking a whole new route with pictures and if you jump on the bandwagon now, you can have the same skyrocketing success that I am having right now. Good luck to all hubbers and to all a good night!