My hubscore droped after I added text to my article. Why?
Before I added any text to the article my score was 50. Now after spending hours writting it is 49. After spell checking it my score droped to 48. My article is about 2500 words long and has plenty of pictures. I don't know what I'm doing wrong Is it just impossible to get a high score when writting about chinchilla pet care?
Do not worry about hubscore during first 2 days. Initially it go down sometime 40, but again It will go up up up after you publish it. Normally within 1 week it would come to correct hubscore of your hub.
Thanks akmyamuna! I'm new and still trying to figure out all this hub stuff
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