Hi, I just want some help regarding my hubber score. I'm pretty concerned that it's down to 16. What am I doing wrong? I just created my first hub, whihc has a score of 62. I have to say that this is my second account, I plan to close the other one once I transfer my other hub (wante to change my username).
To top it all, my application for Adsense was rejected as well. I can't seem to resubmit it since the page says the email address is already associated with Adsense. I'm pretty much at a loss, I really woould appreciate some help.
Thanks so much for taking the time to read this.
The only thing you're doing wrong is being a little too impatient, once you've published a few more hubs and given it a little more time your hub score will grow.
As for the Adsense issue, you've not signed up with your e-mail address at some point in the past? Could be worth typing 'Adsense' into the search feature of your e-mail to check past e-mails, otherwise you could try setting up another e-mail account with Googlemail, etc. and using that.
Whew. Thanks for the reassurance. I was just wondering why it's so low, when others I see don't have hubs and yet their score is 30 or something. I think mine's the lowest I've seen.
As for the Adsense, I signed up through HubPages, then got rejected. The rejection email had a link for me to resubmit my application, but when I clicked on it, nothing happened (i.e. I didn't see any note saying that I had re-applied or anything0. I suppose I'll just use a different email if I don't hear back from the Adsense people.
You've been here barely a day. When you signed up you'd start with 0. A newly published hub starts at 50 (unless it's not published for a while and then the score will fluctuate.
Don't fixate on scores. Just write quality hubs. The HubScore and HubberScore will reflect the quality of the hub and the hubber.
Did your Adsense rejection mention anything about waiting 6 months?
Thanks. I guess I've been a bit anxious about the scores. I'll try to relax now.
I don't have Adsense before I joined HubPages, so I signed up using my first account (which I plan to close), clicking on the link here at HubPages. I have to admit I signed up without having published any hubs (yes, silly me ) so I got rejected, but there was no mention of waiting 6 months or anything like that, just that I have inappropriate site content. Now I can't seem to resubmit my application. Sorry if my situation is a bit confusing. Thanks so much for your time.
Having a quick look at your hub, you are heading in the right direction. Just make another 29 to the same standard of quality and I doubt that Google will reject you again when you reapply for Adsense.
As far as the adsense is concerned, I'd probably recommend setting up a blog. Make sure it is "aged" a little bit, then use it when you apply for an adsense account. "Aged" meaning thirty days at least.
Regarding the Hubber and Hub score, they're two totally different numbers. I kinda freaked when I first joined too. If you make a buncha other hubs with good word counts and pics, those two numbers will both go up from there.
Hmm...setting up a blog...I have to wait thirty days for it? Oh my, as you can probably deduce, I'm a bit impatient...yikes! Maybe I'll try re-applying with a different email address first..
Okay, I'll get started on more hubs.I actually plan on joining the 30 day challenge.Thanks!
I just joined a few days ago but it took awhile for my HubberScore to go up decent. Now I'm just waiting for my AdSense account to open. I haven't had any luck with it yet. It keeps telling me that my application is being reviewed.
Patience is key. There are a lot of hubs about making the most of your hubs. I didn't even know what the numbers meant when I started.
You keep up the quality and your time will come.
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