Why my hub score is disappointingly low?
I have managed to post six hubs in the span of 10 days. Four of them are featured and other two are in pending status. But, one things which concerns me, is my low hub score. How can I reach the 90s like the rest of you?
It takes time my friend. You have only been here 11 days. In my opinion, your score is good for that amount of time. Try to mingle in the community as far as asking and answering questions, following and getting followers, just anything to get your name out there. Just keep writing, you will be up there before you know it. Good luck!
The short answer: wait. It takes time.
If I remember correctly, it took a week or two for my score to rise into the 70's, two months or so to reach the 80's, and it just peaked into the 90's. It jumps in spurts, and then stays stagnant for a while.
There are simply no shortcuts, because any kind of mass activity (following a lot of people, publishing a lot of hubs, making a lot of comments) in a short time period could make your score drop in the short term. But in the long term, if this activity is good (featured hubs, high quality comments), then your score will eventually move in the right direction.
So just keep at it and be patient.
That's very good considering the time you have been on Hub Pages. Keep it up!
Just keep writing quality hubs, asking and answering questions, reading and commenting on hubs, and your score will pop on up there. It takes a little time for it to get higher. Some never make it into the 90's even if they write well. Good luck and have fun on here.
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