Should I wait until my score is over 75 before I publish my 1st hub?
I've read so much about these scores and their significance. Would I really be wasting my time to publish while my score is only 70?
Don't wait, start publishing my friend. A sure fire way to improve your score is to write some quality content and be involved on the HP site. In my opinion, the score is not as important as quality. My scores, both Hub scores and Hubber score, go up and down from week to week. Good luck on your first Hub.
Many people have wasted too much time worrying about their user score. Just write the best articles you can and let the cards fall where they may. There is no sure-fire formula for getting a high score. But if you work hard and put care into your writing, the score will eventually reflect that.
Start writing because publishing good hubs that score higher than your current hubber score will only help to raise your score. Don't worry if the hub is a little low or your overall hubber score drops a little when the hub first goes live. Both will increase as people read the hubs. Also, without having any hubs published, you'll get fewer people following you. A lot of hubbers are like me and want to see what topics people write about before we make a choice whether or not to follow someone.
Score can't be seen by Google or external sites, so it's only an internal scoring system.
Score doesn't impact on traffic or earnings, it's usually the other way around - the more traffic you get, the higher your score will go.
i wrote my 1st hub but cant publish without verification code......no text, no call.......now telling me i have requested the code too many times and try again in 24 hours...... Have i wasted my time?
Email Hubpages directly and ask for help - firstname.lastname@example.org - some service providers and countries cause issues.
by Sleepylog 3 years ago
For months I published no hubs and my hubber score sat around 96, in the last month I published three hubs, all of which are featured and each time I published one my hubber score dropped by two points, it's now down to 90. Is this how HP rewards us for our hard work? Correct me if I'm wrong but...
by LindaSmith1 4 years ago
I took a hiatus for awhile from Hub Pages! However, in the past week or so, I have added new hubs participated in forums, asked a question or two, participated with the Hub Hopper, have read some Hubs, yet my Hubber Score is lower than it was when I was doing nothing. I don't get it!
by Mala Srivastava 7 years ago
I am a new hubber and I am getting low hub scores from the beginning despite my sincere efforts to produce good quality hubs. Does low hub scores mean that no follow is applicable to my hubs.
by 2theQuick 9 years ago
if I publish before I have Affiliate approval am I decreasing the hubs monetary potential?
by Stacy Harris 6 years ago
Is there a benefit to waiting to publish your hub?Is there a benefit for waiting for your hub score to become higher before hitting the publish button? I noticed if it takes awhile to get everything arranged that sometimes the hub score starts to climb. Is there any benefits until waiting until it...
by Liam Hallam 3 years ago
After 6 months on the site i've started the really wonder how many backlinks is a reasonable number to any hub, and really to a hub becoming successful? Or is it simply a lottery.What kind of figures do other hubbers consider?
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