Why is my score 61? I joined this week and it kept dropping then featured hub published today.
How to increase score? Or from what others are writing should I care?
It'll go up. Give it time and keep writing hubs. Welcome and looking forward to your contribution to our site!
You are not competing against other writers on this site. Your hubber score is a reflection of the work you put into the website. You've only been here a week and you have only one published hub. The more you write the better your score will get. Your audience isn't just hubpages, it's the entire internet. It takes a couple months for articles to really hit their stride with Google.
Write what you enjoy and what you care about.
Welcome to HP. It took about two months for my hubber score to build up to the 90s. Besides you hub scores, HP factors in your participation - leaving comments, asking/answering questions, and things you post in the forums - into the hubber score. No one seems to know exactly how it works, but the longer you're here and the more you publish and participate, the higher your score will go.
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