Am just new to hubpages and just getting started, am seeing 0 on my picture, what does this means and how can I remove it. Thanks
You've only been here four hours. Don't worry...it will go up, providing you publish quality hubs. My guess is that it may take a few hours for your profile score to update. You've already published two hubs, so you're on the right track. Welcome to HubPages.
Hello Wos. I'd advise you to read through the info provided by hubpages, as starting point, especially as you're new. You'll find a lot of stuff you need to know will be answered.
But as you asked: your score starts at zero. Over the course of the coming days, it will climb, depending on your participation around the site, your hubs (quality/content of) and so on, so it's best you don't try and remove it.
You'll be wasting a lot of effort best spent reading the FAQs etc. And welcome to Hbpages
And having just had a quick scan at your hubs, how new are you really? Judging on your ad placement, tags, the quality of what you've published etc - you don't write like a new member of the site normally would.
And if you are but you're just well equipped regarding SEO, then I suspect you're wick enough to have read all that you didn't know of already.
If I'm wrong, I apologise, sincerely.
If I'm not - then please don't ask for help you don't need. It wastes the time of those that answer.
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