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What would it take for my hubpages score to go up to 100?
I'm at 75
Well, lots of work. Find a hubber with a score of 100 and look at their profile. Look at how many followers they have, how many hubs, and how high their hubs rate. Then look down at the bottom and see their activity. They are very active, including answering questions, commenting on hubs, and writing hubs continually.
I don't think there is a set formula for reaching 100. I've done it once (that I know of) and it didn't last very long. Since the site (and the internet) is in a constant state of fluctuation, getting and staying at 100 is not easy. But if you want to get a shot at it, then focus first on posting quality, original hubs. HubPages hates duplicates and loves longer, error-free, articles. So always make sure to run a spell check and really exhaust each subject. And being active helps. You don't have to be on the site 24/7 but each time you log in to check your profile, take some time out to answer a question, make a post on a forum, or rate/comment on some new hubs. Being active in the community will help you earn accolades and accolades will help your hubscore.
I think a lot of work. It's obvious you need to be active here to keep yourself at that score. But do wht jdavis88 says to see if you can reach it. The highest I've reached is 91. Only lasted a day at that score even then.
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