My hubscore is not increasing. What can I do now?
Hi, My hubscore is now 1. And I am doing many thing, like give answer to questions, edit my hub, comment on other hub and read these. I am not following anyone. But for the last two days, my huscore is not increasing.
Do I have any problem in my profile??? Or how can I increase my hubscore??? Please tell me.
You followed lots of people in a very short amount of time, and as a result, your HubScore was punished.
Read the below link, especially the very last three sentences,
Just continue doing hubtivity
-Write new hubs
as these activities will help you get noticed.
You got a lot of followers already, its great!
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