I am sure this question has been asked before. I want to understand what is the hub score on my hub pages means? How can I improve it? I joined hubpages yesterday and wrote my first hub. It has a score of 41 - I am not sure if that is a good or bad score.
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The closer to 100 the better, 41 is not good, sorry! Which one is it? I can take a look and make some suggestions.
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