Hello, I'm new to the Hub World and was wondering what the number next to my published hubs meant?
Right after the title to my blog it has a number, for example 52 or 57? What does this number mean?
That is the Hub's Hubscore.
It's a general rating assigned to your Hub. A lot of factors go into it, and I would not put a lot of stock into your Hub's score if you just recently published it. Hubscores are generally low whenever they are first published, but if they are good Hubs, their scores will go up over time. Hope this helps.
Thank you for the help fellow Hubbers!! This information was very helpful!!
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