Does a high hubscore translate into an increase in traffic?
I was wondering if you had a high hubscore, if you will be more likely to have higher traffic and SEO
Well, as far as I can remember, if your hub has a score of 75 or over, all links in your article become dofollow, which is awesome for traffic purposes. So, I guess the answer to that question is yes.
(Then again, I've noticed that my hubscore also goes up the more traffic I get...so catch-22?)
Yes High HubScore will help you to get increase in Traffic to your Hubs.
The hub score by itself does not create more traffic, but if your hub score is below 75, then are not likely to see more traffic because of Hub Pages' rules until it goes above 75.
It will contribute but you should also be using high traffic keywords in your hub text or in your tags.
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