How do I raise the score on a hub I redid. It was my original work edited from another site.
Because I am new I did not understand that hub does not want you to copy from another website even if it is your material. I redid the hub and it is now approved but my score went down to 37 as a penalty. That of course brings my whole score down. Should I delete this article or will it go up in time?
It looks like the score is up into the 60s now? One way I have learned to pick up scores from low to mid sixties to seventy plus is by using a new text capsule with a sub title every four to six paragraphs. There are lots of great hubs on improving hub scores that could tell you a lot but I do know that it is all related to improving your search ranking so it is worth learning.
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