I'm a new hubber(scored 67). I published 1hub (scored 80) , is it good? How am I doing?
I'm a new hubber and I have written my first hub about reading people when you first meet them.
I want to know how am I doing so far! As per your experience how are these scores for a new hubber?
Thanks in advance.
Your first Hub score of 80 is quite good - keep hubbing the more you write the better. The Hubber score of 67 will get higher as you participate and write more - I wouldn't worry so much about that one. The Learning Center has a lot of good information on this topic. Welcome to HubPages!
Thank you! And one more thing how can I get some feedback about my writing and my hub? I have a comment capsule but its empty!
That can be challenging - some of my hubs have 25-30 comments and some have none at all. Just keep writing - hubs that challenge beliefs or anything Political will get you comments as well as Hubs that are very interesting topics.
Well I guess then patience and a pen is my virtue!
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