How to improve hubs before publishing
I will re-submit this question AGAIN since the person who answered last time with less than 10 words didn't even bother reading it...and I couldn't post back to clarify.
I read somewhere that editing your hubpages before publication will raise the score to an optimal 60+, however...how do you know what is wrong and where it can be improved before publishing it? Is there a tool on hubpages that shows you this?
Is there a checklist from Hubpages that allows you to go through one by one to make sure you get a better score?
I've tried various techniques but mine always start at 50 - always! I read somewhere that 200+ words increases the score or more than 1 picture and video increases the score but nothing worked.
What I did find though is that it did not matter of they start at 50 - if you write a decent, informative article that people appreciate and comment upon, the score will rise by itself.
I have only been here 3 weeks, so I might not be the ultimate authority on the subject, I just thought I'd share my observations. Hope it helps.
Some hubbers suggest if you save your hub and leave it for a few hours before actually publishing, it will increase in score before you publish it. If you visit the following link http://hubpages.com/hub/How-I-got-my-hu … first-page it will explain in great detail how to improve your hub scores. The author Mark Knowles is one of the most experienced hubbers on this site. Hope this helps.
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