Hi there, I am quite new to hubpages and would be very grateful if someone could give me some pointers on how to improve this score and how it is measured. General newbie tips would also be very much appreciated.
First of all, welcome to HubPages
HubScore is the score which is given to each hub. Depending on the quality of the hub, the response it gets and the traffic to your hub, the score keeps fluctuating. If you want to improve a hub score then your best bet is to create a high quality hub and wait for the traffic to come. Over time, your hubscore will increase if you have followed all the rules.
Here's a useful page - http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/hubs … bber-score
Hope this helps.
Thank you divacratus, that is very helpful!
I feel much more clued up now.
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