Do hubs with higher scores get better search priority on Google? Just wondering. Thanks.
I agree with Eric. My view is it helps with big picture with format. How things are arranged. To me the score reflects more things like language usage and essay format and style. I think the score is both objective with the bot and algorithm approach as subjective seeking being objective with the Mturk reader program. Those two are synthesized seeking format and form not the finery of SEO principals and techniques with ranking.
For seeking better scores I recommend going over the Guidelines for Hub Rating Scale used by MTurk readers. One might speculate how those points may be used with an algorithm too. Programming wizardry is science unto itself even for one algorithm IMO.
Nope. Hub score is a ranking factor made up by HubPages for use by HubPages. Google doesn't care about it.
Although, theoretically, you'd think a Hub with a high score ought to contain more of the things that help a page rank well in search. That theory doesn't seem to play out in reality, though.
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