I'm new to hubpages and I was wondering about the number attributed to a published article.
The number that is attributed to a hub is partly based on the key words in the tittle; good key words get a higher number.
As the hub gets older and receives traffic the number goes up. It is important to keep these numbers above a certain level to prevent the hubs from being tagged as "no follows". As of today I am unsure about what number will trigger this.
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