Will my hub score go up overall for simply creating more hubs or should I concentrate on improving the ones I have?
More quality hubs the higher the individual score the better your author score will be...
this will be helpful.
concentrate on quality writing, make your hubs worth reading. there are plently of people here with many hubs, but some articles I feel are not quality. you want people, traffic, coming to read your work because it gives good information and is a good, well written article.
"# 96-100 - 99.9 percentile (3000 page views a month)
# 91-95 - 99.3 percentile (2200 page views a month)
# 86-90 - 97.7 percentile (1300 page views a month)"
I'm at 4k views this month and I'm only at 91
Thanks for the link though
So by 'more quality hubs' do you mean better quality or more in quantity?
but the more you write, the better you get
and thus a higher hubscore.
Don't concentrate on numbers... concentrate on quality content and write on subject matter that you actually know about.
Set yourself a writing goal and allow yourself the time to research fully on your chosen subjects.
You will realistically need to publish more hubs, but think about your passions and develop your niche along those lines.
Thanks a lot for your help. I'll slowly build up quality hubs as I go along then.
Honestly, I think it is a little unfair that "the more text you have in a hub = high score."
I have several blogs that I would love to copy over to my hubpages that are fairly short and sweet.
However, that is the belly of the beast, I suppose.
by Daniel Mollat 5 months ago
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by mathira 6 years ago
How is it hubbers with less hubs get better ranking than hubbers with more hubs?I find that certain hubbers who have written less hubs have better ranking than hubbers who have written far more hubs. Why is it so?
by quiterandom 5 years ago
Really?What is the deal here?So confusing...
by JohnKrantz 9 years ago
I see other hubs with 62 or 68 hub score.. mine is 72 and still, the outgoing links are nofollow. help, please:( I can't use hubpages as a backlink otherwise!
by eculligan 8 years ago
Does creating more hubs really work and increase you adsense revenue? I have been promoting the heck out of my ten hubs and only made 20 cents.
by belief713 9 years ago
Just wondering how everyone feels on this? I know some are making more or less than others with different amounts of Hubs. A lot has to do with content and competition, etc.Just interested in others experience with more hubs equals or doesn't equal more money (with the various Affiliates).
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