How can I get more points for my hubs?
I have 5 hubs posted and 3 of them has 73 and 1 of them got 72 point. How can I increase my points for my hubs? I am new to HubPages so don't know much yet.
The points or scores have no bearing on your earnings, so it's best not to worry about them.
here's the learning center offical info:
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/hubs … bber-score
What about getting backlink to a site? Does it not suppose to be least 75 point?
Give your hubs some time to age in search engines. Once, they start receiving traffic they deserve, they will get more comments and feedback which in turn would mean better hubtivity and that will ultimately result in a better Hub-Score for your hubs. Plus, you shouldn't worry about hubscore unless you have out going links on them, which could become no-follow links if the hub-score gets below 40. Hope this helps you!
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