How do Hubs get scored? Does anybody know? I'm just curious.
They get scored by:
-Amount of web traffic
-Reputation of the author
-Reader response (comments, votes, etc.)
-Uniqueness of content
From my experience it appears that a score is given to pre-published hub based on the key words within the title; niche key words score higher than common words. An unpublished hub's score will rise as the words that compose its tittle/topic increase in searches.
Once the hub is published its score is dependent on the number of visitors, the amount of searches and the topic itself.
@Casey J. Winters, LuisEGonzalez - Thanks guys, you made it really clear.
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