Currently, I have articles with an average Hubscore of between 62 and 78. How do I improve my articles so that my Hubscores are higher?
Hubscores mean nothing. Focus on writing good quality content and hubscores will increase accordingly.
Why does HP's have such a score? Who knows. It is truly one of the things to ignore on your dashboard. If it goes up just feel good. It took me about 9 months to not focus on it.
Focus on writing the articles in a style that HPs prefers. You may have to reword the ones you have written already. Try short sentences and paragraphs with hardly any passive verbs or adjectives.
The process is like some video games I've played. You have to start at the beginning again if you make one mistake.
Try using http://www.hemingwayapp.com/ instead of starting all over with each module or set of paragraphs. That way you have a tool that tells you what sentences to reword and you do not have to throw everything out.
Don't worry. I have Grammarly. It helps me correct nearly every sentence.
by Janellegems 19 months ago
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by Carolee Samuda 6 years ago
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by Katherine Tyrrell 3 years ago
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by Scott S Bateman 18 months ago
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by Cagsil 7 years ago
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by Scott S Bateman 23 months ago
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