It's not fair!My score is now 76. This will limit my readers further! And so even if I write some good hubs in future, I will suffer from lack of readership.
You can raise your score by posting comments on other people's hubs, and in the forum
Well let me see, I have been posting in the forum and have commented on hubs for quite some time now. Overnight my Hubber score dropped from 94 to 89. My Hub score went up a notch at the same time. Go figure.
That's why you have a high score...My score is 71 because I rarely comment on hubs, and
I just recently started posting just a little on the forums. Before I started posting on the forums, my score was 65
Don't be bother of the hubscore, what matter most is your traffic and earnings
Not for me. I want my articles to be read, and they are.
I have over 200 articles on the internet, not only on Hubpages
I feel I have something to say, which is worth more than money
Per hubpages rules and how to section
How can I improve my Hub Score and Hubber Score?
To improve your HubScores (scores associated with individual Hubs) and your Hubber Score (the collective score of your entire HubPages profile), we recommend that you:
Regularly publish high quality Hubs
Comment on others' Hubs and help other Hubbers in the Forums
Avoid publishing a large number of Hubs all at once (even if they were just drafted elsewhere ahead of time and are already of high quality)
Avoid Following large numbers of Hubbers over a short period of time and following Hubbers of dubious merit. You should only follow people who you have a genuine interest in keeping up with.
Yes. I get it. And will try to remember this. Better still bookmark it. Seriously, these are important tips which are helping me in my writings today.
Thank you therefore.
Because I have been on the forums for a few days, my score is now 75, and I got 3 new accolades. I've also been in the questions and answers section of hubpages
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