What is a good score for a hubpage writen by a newly formed Hubpage user?
As a new user to Hubpages I am just curious as to what a good score would be for a profile that has only published a couple or few hubs. Is there a specific number I should aim for? Is there one I should aim not to drop below? Any and all answers would be greatly helpful!
There is hub score and hubber score. A well-written hub can start moving up from about 50 into the 70s quite easily. On a couple of hubs, one can get a Hubber score in the 80s, and go up from there.
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