Does anyone know how you get your score to go up? are my hubs that bad?
I'm not sure if I have this right, but it has been my experience, so here goes:
-Write frequently, at least once a week. Use good keyword research, make it legible, make it unique, etc., etc. When I was writing several hubs a week I noticed my score continued to rise.
-When I go on a following 'spree' or answer/ask too many questions, my score seemed to drop.
-Also, when I hadn't had any activity on Hubpages for a while, my score would often rise. My guess is that the most significant factor is how well your hubs do. I haven't done the math, but it looks like an average of all hub scores.
For the length of time that you have been on hubpages, the number of followers that you have and your subject materials, your hub score is good. Your writing is not bad, your spelling and punctuation are good, your ideas are good. Read lots of other hubs to get ideas on making yours better. Make sure that you put all the tags in and don't worry about it.
When you first publish them , they will have a low score unless you hold them for a few days before publishing. That will generally bring my score up a little, about 10-15 points. Give it another proof before you hit publish. Maybe catch a mistake before publishing.
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