My Hubber score is at 0 could it be because people have flagged my profile?
That's my guess, as I feel my content thus far is informative, helpful, and inspiring, but maybe I'm wrong. Although when I had published these articles on (which yes I did remove them months ago) on my original HubPages account they did very well, and I was even nominated for a rising star award (at the time hubnugget) for one of them.
When you first get started high will activity will make you look like a possible spammer rather then someone who's excited to get started. Soon enough the system figures it out and your hubber score starts to climb back up. I wouldn't even look at that score for the first two weeks while the system figures it all out.
In your profile you just started three days ago, so it is normal to have a low score.
From what I can see in your activity you have published two hubs, two comments and one question, a zero score is in fact very low, but you may have to wait, this may also be to guarantee that new hubbers do not such high scores as hubbers that are active everyday.
You should continue to be active and wait for a week until you check your hubscore again.
Thanks, I'll wait and see how it goes, it's just that I never experienced this with any of my other hubpages accounts that I recently started so I was thinking there's a possibility that it was because I was flagged, InPage analytics shows 100% flags
To get your score to go up you have to hop some hubs and make comments on hubs, forums and answers. My score was a 0 at one time as well. Plus I hear if you aggressively follow people-hoping that you will get some to follow you back-your score can be affected.
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