My hub profile is 3 days old and now sits at a 78. Is that good growth, or is it just average?
Sounds about right. I'm not exactly sure how the whole scoring process works. I've produced over 75 hubs in the four months I've been here and never gone over a score of 87. I've seen people with less go over a score of 95, so I don't really know. I've been told that you really only need to keep your hubscore over 75 so that google doesn't classify your links as "no-follow". Hopefully someone else can chime in. Good luck.
79 now as I can see on your profile is pretty good for a beginner!! Keep at it and you will reach 90 in no time at all. Good luck
You'll be fine its pretty good growth. It takes a a couple weeks of continous activity before you hit the 90's. You definitely have the drive to be successful on this site. I haven't seen anyone with this much passion hit the sports scene on hubpages since, well ME!!! haha. Good stuff man.
I too think this is a great Hub profile score. I have been a contributor for Hubpages for almost 1 year, and my score fluctuates anywhere between 78 to 84 on any given day.
Some of the contributing factors for our Hub profile scores I believe are, leaving good feedback on others Hubs, being helpful by answering questions, and Hubhopping is a great way to increase your score.
That's a great score starting off! Keep up the good work.
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