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If we have several low scoring hubs will that pull down our google ranking?
Just trying to get to the bottom of why I keep losing traffic
Low-scoring hubs, as in hubscore, don't matter. Google doesn't care about Hubscore. But hubs that look bad according to their quality guidelines will indeed pull down your subdomain. (One could argue that high-quality hubs should have a high hubscore too, but that's a whole different discussion.)
Too many Hubs with content that google might see as spammy or just plain low-quality can make all of your content suffer.
cryptid has pinned the tail on the Google Donkey sort of speak, the name of the game is higher and higher search worthy content as for Google's concerned, and if your articles are questionable, well then you definitely need to tweak them bad boy's a great deal to regain traffic.
Maybe even try tweaking your overall techniques as to use of tiling, keywords, and content placement as a whole, and if you've done such a thing already well maybe try to see if you've followed much of the guidelines that fit into the equation of what is identified by hubpages as a Stellar Hub.
I'll provide the link below, but all this is also found in the Hubpages Learning Center.
Good Luck and stick in there, all of us are suffering from the low traffic drops here on the web as a whole, so this means a great deal of re-work need to be done for sure if any of us are to survive the digital onslaught.
Official Hub Article on the "Elements of a Stellar Hub"
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/Elem … tellar-Hub
Bonus Help below as well "How to Augment Success with Self Optimization"
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/Self … zation-101
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