How much time it takes to reach the Hubber Score of 75? What is the right strate

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  1. John Smith CB profile image60
    John Smith CBposted 5 years ago

    How much time it takes to reach the Hubber Score of 75? What is the right strategy?

  2. LoisRyan13903 profile image81
    LoisRyan13903posted 5 years ago

    The best way is to do frog hopping 1--20 a day and answer about 10 questions and comment on 5 hubs.  I see right now you have a 66 so if you do this for a day or two you should reach that goal..  I did find out that if you follow a bunch of people your hub score can go lower.  Also your hubs may have an impact of your hubber score, the more hubs you write and how many people read them.

    1. John Smith CB profile image60
      John Smith CBposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Are you sure about the commenting thing?

    2. LoisRyan13903 profile image81
      LoisRyan13903posted 5 years agoin reply to this

      commenting seemed to help me.  Though the comments may have to be better than, for example, "Nice Hub"  I mention 5 comments a day because it can be time consuming so as many as you feel like.  Hub Hop not Frog Hop.  LOL!

  3. DDE profile image25
    DDEposted 5 years ago

    It took me  awhile just be active on HP daily on commenting, answering as many questions and I think more time you spend here the better you score will be it just happened gradually for me.

    1. John Smith CB profile image60
      John Smith CBposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Got it wink

  4. internpete profile image88
    internpeteposted 5 years ago

    Looks like you already have some hubs, which is a great start. Next, try finding hubs written by other hubbers that interest you, and leave a comment on them with your thoughts. Comment on a few hubs each day.

    Go to the forums and browse the topics, respond to anything that interests you, or start a new topic.

    Asking questions is also good, as well as answering them.

    I noticed most of your hubs are written with some good info, but also for the backlinks to your website. Which is fine, but on hubpages, the more 'good' things you do, the higher your hubscore will be. So try writing some hubs that don't have links to your website, and you might see your hubscore jump up past the no-follow threshold.

    For more info on this check out this article: … d_13970188

    The good news is it shouldn't take you too long to get above 75, as long as you put some quality work into things on hubpages. And in my experience, as long as you maintain good quality, you should have no problem staying above 75. My score has not gone below 93 in ages, and I am not as active on here as I want to be.

    1. John Smith CB profile image60
      John Smith CBposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks. That was some good info. Would consider that.

    2. internpete profile image88
      internpeteposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Glad I could help!

  5. Becky Katz profile image84
    Becky Katzposted 5 years ago

    Your hubber score is a combination of your hubs and your activity on the hubs. That means that you need to write quality hubs, comment on hubs, answer and ask questions, visit forums and comment, and hubhop. All of these things will cause your hubber score to go up.

  6. Kathleen Cochran profile image79
    Kathleen Cochranposted 5 years ago

    Put it out of your mind, write about things that matter to you, and participate.  Best of Luck!

  7. Persecution-ave profile image59
    Persecution-aveposted 5 years ago

    Yea I'm still new but because I started my account a few years ago just to read articles and never posted, my score was in the teens when I posted my first article the other day, now it's in the 50's. Seems that everyday that I have logged on, shortly after logging off my score goes up by a few points-

  8. brianrock profile image86
    brianrockposted 5 years ago

    I think it took me a few weeks to get up to the 70's, maybe a bit over a month. I don't remember exactly, but I do remember that it wasn't overnight.

    When I first joined HubPages, my strategy was to read a lot and answer a lot of questions. I published a few hubs, but I didn't comment much and I didn't read the forums much. My main activity was answering questions. And I think this activity lead to an increase in Hubber Score.

    In the past few months, the "rules" have changed a bit, and Hubber Score is supposed to incorporate the ratings of your hubs more. So, it may help to make sure your hubs are long, well organized, and include media so they get higher ratings in QAP. But the most important thing is to be active on HubPages; it's not to just publish things.


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