Do you have to participate in Hub questions & forums to boost your Hub score?
I'm assuming the answer is yes. If so, why?
I don't think so, but that's just off the top of my head. I haven't looked it up. I just know that I rarely answer these questions and even more rarely write them. I've maybe posted two forum questions and have not spent time in the forums discussing things with others there, and my score seems mostly to fluctuate according to whether or not I am commenting on hubs.
Yes, it is very good to mingle and get your name out there and recognizable. This will not only get you readers, but maybe followers as well. Anything you can do to draw attention to your writing is a good thing for you on HP.
Yes, participating in the HubPages community such as commenting on hubs, answering questions, posting in the forums, publishing hubs, etc can help to increase your hubber score.
For more information, check out the HubPages learning center guide about hubber scores and hub scores. Here's the link: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/hubs … bber-score .
Yes, i participate in HP answer, hub hopping and forums but not for the sake of hubscore. Actually, I did them for the sake of earning money at HP. Did work out well but double my daily income until the last 2 weeks my earning was pulled down to the lowest. Heard that it is due to Google. Anyway, my hubscore remain 89-94 which I am pleased of.
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