I am a new hubber to hub pages, I would like to know how to increase my hubscore and meanwhile. I want the guidance of all you people to grow and publish more and more interesting hubs.
C R Manjunath
dont wory about your hub score it will increase gradually based on your performance in hub pages.
more ever your new to hub page it takes time and your hub page score will be reviewed within one or two days.
1.set your profile picture first
3.comment on questions and participate in other community
i hope this will help u!
thank u have a great day a head
Getting a better HubberScore is all about interaction; answering questions, posting on other's hubs, taking part in the forums etc. If you want to know all the ways that you can interact, I have written a detailed hub on that, which you can find linked from my profile.
1. Ignore your HubberScore
2. Get settled on the site (e.g. get a profile photo, fill out your bio, read through the Learning Center)
3. Regularly publish high quality, genuine, in-depth Hubs
4. Get involved in our community if you care to (e.g. comment on others' Hubs with meaningful insights)
You'll see our Hubber Score rise in no time.
While I'm very familiar with online writing, I'm rather new to HubPages.
I've found that my hubscore keeps going up, almost daily, just so long as I actively engage with the site. (leaving comments, publishing articles, etc...)
Make a good attractive & informative hub and choose a catchy title for your hub. Also your hub should get lots of traffic to gain hub score.
I am new here so I don't really understand how the hub score is calculated. I was very surprised that mine is at 35 today and I have not even filled out my profile or written a hub. I explore the hubs almost everyday and have written a few comments.
Your on the right path, most of us have interesting thought to share, your expertise may reflect a single topic perhaps many, just share with others, readers like to explore hubs to find out news, opinions, some readers just like to learn something new everyday or readers just may browse, your Hub may stir up table talk for some readers, keep striving your a Hubber now this is what we do,
My hubscore sat at zero for two weeks (even though I was putting out many quality hubs). It is now slowly starting to rise. I was worried but everyone assured me to just keep doing what I was doing, and they were right. If you are writing great hubs about your topic, your score will get better. Interacting with others and reading other hubs also seems to help. Good luck!
I opened my account in November and my score has fluctuated betiween 87 to it's current 74. At one point, my 5 hubs were all featured, but now only 3 are featured. I assume this is because my traffic has dropped off.
Eventually, I will apply for Adsense, but I need to work on driving traffic to my hubs first.
I wouldn't worry about the hubscore if you are writing quality hubs. It will rise eventually.
Don't worry about your HubScore. HubScore and HubberScore have absolutely nothing to do with earning income here, they're just "feel good" numbers.
I m new too.from wat i know,we need to be consistent in publishing new hub..as in every day if can u should log in n publish a hub to increase your score,,by d way i followed u..hope follow me bck..tnx
Don't worry about it...
Mine used to be in the 90's, but I have not published much lately - so I guess that is why it has dropped although you can never be sure of anything here..
I look at my earnings and my visitors per day - that is the only meaningful measure to me!
by yellowbutterfly 7 months ago
Can someone tell me what is the 'hub score' please? It seems to have no relevance to the number of page views on my hubs.Thanks!yellowbutterfly
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by shaekelly 10 years ago
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