How do you raise your hubscore?
I have a really pathetic hubscore, can you help me?
I haven't been here long, but my hubscore seems to have risen quite well. I think it's through answering questions in the Questions and Answer sections. Also, raising hubkarma is important to raising the overall hubscore and one good way of doing this is adding links in the hubs your write. When you've finished writing your hub, there will be an option to "suggest link" which highlights certain words or phrases in your hub. Choosing to link these words to the suggested hubs written by other hubbers will raise hubkarma and your hubscore, I believe.
by CONSCIOUSNINJA6 years ago
... & what does this really mean?
by Krishna7 years ago
Today I removed all the links pointing to different pages on hubpages from one of my article and amazed to see that my hubkarma increased...
by Michael Willis7 years ago
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by chepkoluumugulel5 years ago
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by Paul Odien Pruel6 years ago
Does Hubkarma affect our profile hubpage score?I am just wondering...when I first received my first hubkarma my profile score has increased from 45 to 53. Today I received additional 3 hubkarma - that makes them a total...
by ryankett7 years ago
If it has negatively affected your hubscore... is to link to your other hubpages accounts I don't actually use any other accounts right now, and have a decent Hub Karma already, but just pointing out the obvious flaw in...
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