Improving HubScore of the article before publishing it
Greetings from a new user...
Guys can you please help me understand...
So, let's say I created and article and saved unpublished... Then I see my score and want to improve it before publishing. What exactly can be done to accomplish it?
Hub scores are usually low before they are published. If the score is below 40 then there is a problem. You may have duplicate content, bad links or anything else that is against the rules. Simply edit your hub and republish if that is the case.
If your score is over 40 then you can publish and see where the score is in a few days. If it continues to be low, edit the hub and wait another few days.
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by Cindy Murdoch6 years ago
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by Bob Zermop5 years ago
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by WorkAtHomeMums6 years ago
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