I would say it probably does hurt your score in the short term. However, having a subpar hub may also contribute to the same.
I hope so, cause with that your viewers go, your scores are degraded but if any of your hub isn't doing well no harm in deleting that.
by Gener Geminiano8 years ago
I'm finding it difficult to reach 100 hayz, my highest so far was 99 few weeks ago, and last week 98, now I'm stuck with 94-96. When I posts hubs sprinkled with research my author score gets hurt and wounded but we need...
by Barbara Badder4 years ago
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by Celina Martin4 years ago
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by lady rain6 years ago
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by seamus10 years ago
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