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My total hubscore for 3 published and 2 unpublished hubs is 67,Is that good or p

  1. justanie profile image61
    justanieposted 6 years ago

    My total hubscore for 3 published and 2 unpublished hubs is 67,Is that good or poor?

  2. Roy Perrin profile image61
    Roy Perrinposted 6 years ago

    I am not an expert by any means, but there are plenty of hubs, questions, and forums about this topic.  I am fairly new to HP as well, but I can tell you that you are probably wasting your time worrying about the scores.  The scores will be whatever they will be.  Check out my profile and you'll see that I have 18 hubs and only four of them are scored above a 69.  Yet, my hubscore is 90 (ish) and I am considered popular among fans.  I'd like to make a little money on here, but in reality I'm just writing about things that I enjoy and loving (mostly) intelligent conversations and hubs.  I ancourage you to check out
    http://peter-owen.hubpages.com/hub/How- … -Hubscore.  There is good advice and lots of great comments to learn from here.

  3. twilightnera profile image60
    twilightneraposted 6 years ago

    It is hard to measure what is a good score because there are so many factors that are put into a hub score. As other hub writers have told me, don't be concerned with that number the better your work gets the more that number will positively go up. Also interacting on the site through answers and comments will help as well.

  4. wannabwestern profile image86
    wannabwesternposted 6 years ago

    I think it is probably a good start and will continue to go up as long as you continue to publish high-quality hubs that pay attention to grammar and spelling, and which use a combination of the capsules and don't break the HubPages TOS. Welcome!

 
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