When you make a hub you get a score at the side of it what does this mean and how does it increase
The site FAQ is a good place to get answers for such basic questions,
The hubs are scored 1-100. You start off at 50 when it is first published. The score will increase as more people visit your hub. The score will also increase when people leave comments. A good hub you can read on this topic is http://hubpages.com/hub/Boosting-HubScores
If your hub has duplicate content that is on other websites or is overly promotional that will hurt your hubscore.
Also do a search on hubscore and you will find many other hubs on this topic.
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by yellowbutterfly5 months ago
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by Mark Brenner5 years ago
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by shazwellyn8 years ago
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