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what's the lowest score a hub can receive and still get published? what's the highest over all score a hub can get?
i'm more curious about the highs, so i can get an idea where my hubs stand on that. I know they can be improved, but before jumping on that i would like to know by how much.
I read the page on hubbercore/hubscores, and it answered pretty much everything but this lol
The lowest I've ever seen was 49, which was a Hub that wasn't yet complete (obviously, this was before unpublished Hubs were rated as ?). As far as finished Hubs, mine all vary between 65 and 88.
I'm not quite sure what exactly raises or lowers the score, as my Hubs are all very similar in style and presentation, so I can't explain much there.
Hahaha. I don't think im going to worry about it then. Thanks guys!
Whatever happens at QAP can then go down or up depending on traffic. If you are a super popular hubber and have lots of hub comments, your hub score can rise quickly. I need to do better with Pinterest, because that can help. Someone said most of their traffic is from social sites.
Pinterest? hmm. I never considered that, really. That would probaby be best for me, since im not a very popular person. I have friends, but most people my age don't like the things i do. so when it comes to hanging out we aren't interested in the same activities.
Wrylilt has some hubs on Pinterest that may help you. It is a fun site and can get links to your hubs and help traffic.
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