Can someone please explain the two different hub scores that I have?
The one score which is always lower is next to the title of my hub. The other is under my picture. I can't quite figure out what the difference is between the two.
The one on your name is your author score and the ones on your hubs are the hub score.
When you first publish a hub it starts out at 50 so don't worry about that as its normal rank will be in a few days. The numbers are always changing though, but should have some average.
To increase your hubber score (author score) be active in hub pages and post hubs frequently that are pretty decent length and quality.
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