I recently made a mistake and published some dup content on HP.
For that My HS got rightly smashed.
So my question is...
So how much work is it to go from 31 to 91?
And there are no prizes for say 'Not as much as it takes to go from 50 to 91'
So, what do you all think?
Vizey, it is ok if your hubscore is low at the moment, just follow what my beautiful frog is saying and in no time it will go to 90 plus YAY
Frogdropping has some good points, but I'd do them in reverse order, starting with fixing your Hubs.
The obvious answer is don't publish too much duplicate content (not sure how much you published).
Let's talk about what will elevate your score, the positives
Participate in the community:
Post in the forum
Read, rate and comment on others hubs
Reply to answers
Rate up the answers of others
Write informative, unique top quality hubs
That kind of thing.
And absolutely do not go on fanning sprees ... otherwise known as 'famming'.
I hope that helped and really ... it's not that hard to elevate your score!
As long as you stay on the straight and narrow from now on and follow the Frog's advice, your score should rise just fine
Relache are you stalking me. LOL
Other than 6 hubs that were posted in error and once a helpful hubber pointed me in the right direction I removed them.
My Hubs comply with TOS
If you don't like the way a dyslexic writing in his second tong writes, I am sorry.
As I have said before I am trying to improve the way I write.
I worked for an insurance company for 10 year before I was let go 6 months ago. I am writing about/trying to make a few dollars from the only stuff I know about because I feel it would be wrong to just make stuff up and mislead people. Sorry if my work upsets you. But I will keep on trying.
I should explain
I have posted 112 hubs
6 of my articles that were for HP went onto a bunch of Blog site in error.
That is it nothing more.
I do not use PLR - I write my own word base on 10 year in an industry. So I don't even need to read someone else work and re-write it.
Sorry to be getting angry
Uninvited Writer - I apologies I should not have snapped at you - you comment was clearly trying to encourage and help.
One of the few I have had this weekend, it must be said.
Darkside - You're so right...
I will take on board the 'positive' comment and advise and start planning my come back.
Thank you to you all
In all this I forgot to thank frogdropping for offering some real good advise.
Thank you frogdropping you are one of the good guys or girls (is it frogs that can be both) Many I should write a hub about frogs... LOL
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