My hubscore is decreasing daily. I comment on hubs daily and hop out hubs, add new hubs when I can and still my the score go down and not up daily. What can I do?
I find that FB and Twitter are great platforms for increasing readership. When I post my work on either one, I see a spike. That combined with your active commenting will always help. I also go back and edit my hubs frequently. Change the titles of your hubs could help. I'll check them out.
Thank you for your help and suggestions. I do use Twitter. I have been editing my hubs. I am wondering when I am doing a lot of editing, if that's what decreasing my score.
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