Someone can tell me what is "hubscore?
i dont know if this is the right spot to put this question but someone can tell me what is "hubscore"? I'm new at this..sorry :x
Your hub score is that little number to the lower right of your picture. There are several factors in how your hub score is calculated.
If you are new, you start out with a hub score of 30.
It takes time, hubs, working with the hub community, etc. to make your hub score go up.
Hubscore is the score within 100. This can be define as the value of your profile.
Hubscore depends on your various activities in hubpage. Try to publish hubs regularly, try to attract the visitor to your hub, try to signin regularly and it will increase your hubscore.
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