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Do you have any tips for raising your hubs hubscore?
I'm not talking about the one by your picture but the ones that go with your hubs. I have good spelling proper punctuation and nothing really seems to do any good. Any advice?
Comment and be on the forums regularly, and most of all answer questions! All three of these will help you get a higher HubScore, but just remember to comment with quality feedback, and not just something a 3rd grader could produce... Have a great day! Btw I love your Hubs!
I checked out a few of your hubs and while they are well written and colorful, your problem may be that you are writing about ideas that are not original. I'm no crafter, so I cannot be sure of that. Try writing about something other than food or crafts. Pick a controversial topic, for instance or something on finance. Research it thoroughly and check to make sure nobody else is approaching it from the same point of view. One of my own examples is an article I did on how to get poor. I did that because everybody and his brother writes about how to get rich. It was a different slant on a well used topic, and people really liked it. Good luck, I know you are trying and if you continue, you'll succeed.
Thank you to the both of you! I will try out your advice and if not I still think i'm doing good. Thanks for everything!
by Kate Swanson4 years ago
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by Tina9 years ago
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by H C Palting6 years ago
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by Jaye Denman3 years ago
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by Nicole Canfield4 years ago
Do you all ever get soooo many negative comments on a single hub that you just get tired of dealing with it? If it was all positive comments that wouldn't bother me, heck I even like a good debate from time to...
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