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Better not to judge it as good or bad. Most people here simply enjoy writing, that is all. Do you?
pretty reasonable- i think i was about that and then gradually increased- I now fluctuate between 95 on a bad day and 99 on a good day- never seen the elusive 100 though
That depends on your goal for Hubpages. The ranking of your profile and individual hubs seems to take a few days to go up so if you have only been here 10 days then it is good. Just keep in mind that your score is an arbitrary number produced by an algorithm. It's mostly here to fight spam. If you have a score below 50 on your profile or hubs, you probably need to provide more value.
The main thing to ask yourself is if you are here for fun or to make money. Your score has no bearing on the money making ability of your hubs. I pay no attention to my hub scores because my content is original, provides information, and makes money. And I'm here for money, not fun.
There is a major difference between writing for money and fun. If you would to know how to make money with your hubs, contact me through my profile and I will teach you.
I understand your concern, I don;t even write for pay here and I will have my score going up so think if I ad a couple more good ones it will be even better and it will go down, I am tired of trying to figure it out, I am getting my own site up and just write here as I want to. It gets pretty disgusting to me and then there are smart elects too, and I like to have either meaning or fun, but people will be people anywhere.
Ok, it is good. How's that? You actually want it to be 75 or higher because that makes your links do follow.
Have you worked out yet what you are trying to achieve?
by peachy22 hours ago
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by Darrin Perez7 years ago
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by C R MANJUNATH5 years ago
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by Sydney J3 years ago
What does the number next to my profile picture mean?
by Catherine Giordano2 years ago
My hub scores range from 65 to 87 as of the last time I looked. My average is 73. To me it seems like I have a "C" average. I'm disappointed and discouraged. I am doing everything that is...
by Abwaan8 years ago
Is it bad for your Hubscore to fall below 75? Does it affect the traffic or the general wellbeing of your Hubs?
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