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by Cranoo6 years ago
Can someone explain to me about HUBscore? How I can increase or decrease my score? Thanks in advance
by PierrePierre7 years ago
Recently, I found that after i updated one hub, the views of this hub and the hub score had a little gone up. Is there a relation between hub updates and hub score & views? Frequently update hub is ok? Which...
by Shadesbreath8 years ago
I put "none" on the ads for a hub. Is that going to make for a lower hubscore ranking because Google hates me for not participating in the revenue game?
by msdielise2 years ago
I would like to know. I haven't decided which of my available articles here in my files to publish yet I want to gradually increase my Hubber score. Is it possible?
by Compu-Smart10 years ago
Most of my hubs are in the 70s and 80s and I have had a steady hubscore of 96 which had dropped to 94, so i deleted 10 of my low scoring hubs which were in the 40s and 50s which increased it back up to 96. Now it has...
by Lily Rose8 years ago
Let me start by saying that I know profile hubscores don't matter (as long as they're above, is it 75?) but I can't help but keep an eye on my score. I don't participate in the forums too much, yet I've been...
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