I have no idea. I was wondering the same thing. you just got here tho, so..I know it takes a while for stuff to add up. read the FAQ and also look at the bottom of this very page...see it says....guide. Click on that, it explains alot. good luck!
Because you just have joined in.Plz wait for few more hours.welcome to hubpage.
When you start you have a zero ranking. Keep writing hubs and you'll see your ranking go way up. I started 6 days ago and I already got 85. I think it's way too fast but I don't know how they calculate things. Now I'm afraid of stopping because I don't want the score to go lower!
I remember when I started my rankings was never 0. Maybe Hubpages are doing their rankings that way now. But anywho....Welcome to Hubpages!
idk, two days in my score was in the 90's ...I think somethings up if your at 12
I took a look at a hub of yours.. it looks like you have only 2 modules
check out the suggestions in the faq's for flagship hub, follow that
its something like have a video, have 5-10 quality outbound links to good sites
have some relative ebay/amazon modules
seperate your text content into modules, have at least 300 words
Add some information about yourself on your profile page.
Make your Hubs longer - the ferry one is OK but the election one is far too short.
by hassam 9 years ago
How should I improve the rankings of my hubs that have slipped down in google rankings?......can any one help?
by amie50 9 years ago
when i published my hub, it was on the top of search engine the next day and then it stayed there for almost a month....last monday when i checked it, its no longer there, can't even find what page it is in for the keyword im targeting...so is this normal? is the traffic here only good while its...
by Will Apse 4 years ago
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by Eugene Brennan 11 months ago
Ok, this might be a naive question, but why does average daily organic traffic increase semi-linearly over time?One of my hubs has steadily increasing organic traffic, which started in June. It's not backlinked-to from anywhere other than Pinterest, and it's not seasonal. It's not the increase I...
by David 470 5 years ago
Perhaps someone can shed some light on what is going on. Since the sub domains were introduced in 2011 my traffic skyrocketed and was doing very well in terms of rankings/traffic etc.. but whenever there was a google Algorithm early last 2012, my traffic took a hit. Since then I have never been...
by imadork 9 years ago
I think it would be nice if Hubpages had a way you could look up rankings for each of your hubs in the topic the hub is in, as well as rankings in the Best and Hot categories.
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