My hub score sometimes goes up to 80 and sometime it goes below 75. What is safest hub score? I am planning to publish lot of hubs but afraid a bit if my account got banned? What would be the reason behind that?
Hello Kamrul and welcome to HubPages. I wish you all the best.
Your account will not be banned for publishing a lot of hubs. In fact, the more you publish, the better for you.
You will also get a lot of help by opening forum threads, like you did here, and ask specific questions. There are many HubPages members who are willing to help new members. This is a great community to be involved in. Have fun and best of luck to you.
Hello Phyllis, thanks for the reply. Checking out the links you gave me and already got some thing that I should work out, I should read that earlier.
You are most welcome, Kamrul. Also, do not worry too much at this time about your hubber score, it is not the most important thing. Just read, learn and write.
Said someone who has experience and a pro in hubpages so I shouldn't worry.
Yeah, there is no limit of hub publish, no one will ban you, more hubs more traffic
Any reference to taboo subjects such as cigarettes, alcohol, sexually abuse or if your hub is too similar to another which could result in plagiarism.
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