how to improve my hubscore?
why is that my hubscore is very low while all hubs have an hubscore higher than my hubscore
It could be because the hubs are getting traffic. But the quality of the hubs overall is low.
I've written a hub on how HubScore works.
There's too much of the hot-and-sexy-indian-picture hubs out here in HubPages. My guess is, it's around 99% of all hubs. How do you expect to have a high hubberscore? No originality, no textual content, no high hubberscore. Period.
As I read some of your hubs, i think the following are the reasons for your low hubscore.
1. Lack of Original content (IPL Schedule - its a good information, but it looks like copied from the IPL Schedule itself. You should have published it with a different prospective.)
2. There are a lot of hubs on Actresses photos in hubpages. So those types of hubs will be counted as a below average hub, eventhough these individual hubs creates traffic and better hubscore. Your hubsocre will improve, if your content's quality is good.
Anyway, some of your hubs are good as well.
No they're not. Copying a schedule or list, putting up scads of Indian actress photos or retelling jokes, all with tons of grammatical and spelling errors do not make good hubs.
If he has three original sentences out of all of those hubs, I'd be surprised.
Thank you friend
i made those hubs just for traffic
i know its just bad as spamming...
will my score improve if i delete those hubs?
I recommend you not to delete any of your hubs.
It will create broken links as the viewers cannot reach your page. This will make viewers feel that your pages are hard to get viewed. So try to edit those substandard hubs by including your personal views about the concerned topic and thus make it reasonably good. Also make good quality hubs in future. My wishes for you to prosper.
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