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How Can I Get More Points In Hub pages?

  1. tabrezrocks profile image49
    tabrezrocksposted 5 years ago

    How Can I Get More Points In Hub pages?

  2. xceedcarrentals profile image60
    xceedcarrentalsposted 5 years ago

    I think regular participation and contributes of relevant and unique hubs get you the more points.

    1. tabrezrocks profile image49
      tabrezrocksposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      thanks for your answer

  3. safiq ali patel profile image74
    safiq ali patelposted 5 years ago

    When you say points I think you mean hub and Hubber Scores. Well write regular hubs and publish them here. Also take part in answering question and posting some  questions too. Read hubs, hop some hubs and also read through the forums as well as taking time to start forums and publish answers in forums too. If you do a little of these every day you hubscore will start to rise.
    Also good for boosting the quality of your own hubscore is the quality of your hubs. Make sure the are concise and easy to read. As you do these actions you hubcore and your hubber score will start to rise. Best of luck to you. From Safiq Ali Patel.

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    calculus-geometryposted 5 years ago

    Hubscore mainly depends on your account's age, number of hubs written, traffic, and general level of activity on the site (commenting, q&A, forum posting).  But your hubscore has no bearing on your earnings, and it's not necessarily a reflection of the quality of your writing.

    If you wrote very good articles on obscure topics that few people searched for, and you didn't comment a lot on other hubs/questions/forums, you would probably have a low hubscore compared to people with the same number of hubs.  The number doesn't mean anything though.  Like the accolades, it's mostly to encourage participation on the site. 

    As of this moment, your current score of 78 is about average for an account with 9 hubs.

 
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