How are hubs creted to a query scored?
I saw a query on the poular query and since it was on a topic I was planning to write I decided to write a hub on it. I started the new hub but went as far ass the title, then saved and closed. When i visited the hub pages, I noted I had a score of 45. To my surprise, when I added contents, the score remained 45. Again I logged off. When I came back following day it was same, I tweaked it and the score did not change. Kindly let me know why this is so
by Wesman Todd Shaw6 years ago
I've published hubs recently that are starting out with a score of 44, or 45. I've never really had such low scoring hubs. One of them I can semi see it being low scored, as it's more of a rant than anything...
by Nikolic Predrag3 years ago
I'm here nearly three months. I have published 11 hubs. All of my hubs have score over 80 and just one have 78. This is a hub about my country, Serbia. I did a lot of research and spent over a week to write this...
by Jessie Watson4 weeks ago
I don't write on HP to sell garbage products from Amazon. I'm here because it's a place where civilized people can write about what about they know (or least how the world looks to them) and talk with others. When my...
by Janellegems14 months ago
I am sort of disappointed. I try to be active in the site as much as possible, comment on other people's hubs, help out in the forums, add new hubs once every two weeks, participate in the question and answer and...
by Shannon Anders4 years ago
How are hubs scored before they're published?
by Carol6 years ago
Pretty much without exception my Hub score will drop two, three or more points within an hour or two of first posting a Hub. Then it gradually, eventually goes up again. For example, today, March 31, 2011, I posted a...
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