Please forgive my ignorance, but what do the points mean, and what is the criteria to increase your score?
Thanks, Matt Rosen
There's a score for each Hub, but then there's also your "main" HubScore.
The number next to each Hub is the score for that particular Hub. Usually, a Hub starts low and creeps up as people read it and give it an "up" vote.
Your "main" HubScore (as a Hubber) is a combination of things. That's explained in the "Help" section. http://hubpages.com/faq/#hubscorecalc
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