What do you do with a hub that has a low hubscore and has no traffic on most days?
Do you rewrite your hub or do you delete it?
I haven't had this problem as far as a low hub score most of mine are fairly decent - low traffic issues can be remedied often by some rewording and using the "title tuner" tool as well. It isn't always feasible, but that little tool has helped me get a couple of hubs going again.
If you have a low hub score I would recommend a rewrite - or at least some revisions and maybe adding some original images or links to helpful resources as means to give the hub more value to the reader (and a higher hubscore) You may want to expand on your subject - or if your topic is too broad perhaps narrow it down and tightly focus in on a "niche" so instead of "Crochet" in general for example you could focus a hub on a particular stitching technique... more targetable that way by search engines. Subjects that are too broad get lost in the ocean of other info out there.
Also, backlinks are important and self-promotion - but NOT in a spammy way ever. You can answer questions on question sites that relate to your hub. After answering the question thoughtfully with a thorough answer leave a link to your hub. That works well to get viewers for me that actually read the hub, thus increasing the score. Also, hubs that rock will get people sharing them via facebook, twitter, and stumble as well
by Emily Tack 3 years ago
To satisfy my own curiosity, I would like to know why one of the hubs that was transferred from Squidoo, has such a low "hub score". I have gone over it with a fine-toothed comb, and cannot figure it out. It currently has 11,945 words, many photos, and is - in my opinion - informative....
by Second Act 8 years ago
Hi,I just published a new hub earlier today, and it was published at a HubScore of 49. Although almost forty people have read it and it has been commented on, the HubScore remains at 49. Usually, my hubs have risen in score much faster than this, so I'm a little concerned that I did...
by Mala Srivastava 6 years ago
I am a new hubber and I am getting low hub scores from the beginning despite my sincere efforts to produce good quality hubs. Does low hub scores mean that no follow is applicable to my hubs.
by StevieDow 8 years ago
I wrote a new hub on daiwa reels and it started at 50 but then dropped down top 47. I will give it a few days but I am thinking there should be a hub score level that tells us we need to do something with our hub. Most of my hubs are 60 -80. I would like to score higher but that should happen when...
by paradigm search 3 years ago
Been looking around I have. Related Hub listings are a significant source of traffic and income. Many times they are reciprocal; you click on a related hub on your hub, you will then see your related hub on their hub. Not so if your hub has a low hubscore.I could give personal examples using my...
by Catherine Giordano 2 years ago
My hub scores range from 65 to 87 as of the last time I looked. My average is 73. To me it seems like I have a "C" average. I'm disappointed and discouraged. I am doing everything that is recommend to get a good score.It is disheartening not to get a feedback. For...
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