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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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by Jaye Denman4 years ago
When the title of a hub is edited, can its original URL be changed to match?I changed the title of an older hub to more accurately portray the contents, yet the URL is still the same original one that does not give a...
by Person of Interest3 years ago
I guess my hub-updating days are over... My profile score can't stand any further drops, that no-follow links thing ya know... Oh, well.
by Mary Hyatt3 years ago
I have a Hub written on 8/12. I decided to add another capsule of text because I read something I thought would add to the info I had provided in the article. This Hub has a score of 93 and has had...
by Sleepylog5 years ago
Why do non-featured Hubs rejoin the pending queue when edited?I have one non-featured hub and anytime I edit it, it gets put back in the pending queue. Why is that? It doesn't happen with any of my other hubs, which all...
by Migodden8 years ago
as I understand The number on the bottom right of my display picture, is my hub score? If so how do I increase it? Thanks
by Phyllis Doyle Burns3 years ago
I really have not been too concerned about scores till recently since that darn HubPro was created. I think HubPro is totally done the wrong way. Editing should NOT be done without our consent and should NOT be done IN...
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