I need to know why this hub has scored so low. Any ideas?
http://misslong123.hubpages.com/hub/Fre … r-Coasters
That is the hub that is in question. I followed all the suggestions and rules online, but I am surprised that I only have an 83 as the score. Could someone read over it and let me know why it didn't meet the QAP standards very highly?
I think you have a great score, I don't have any of my hubs in the eighties.
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Take a look at preview cell phones and I think you won't like what you see.
Chill! Don't stress over HubScores! Guess what - my highest HubScore (96) is my least popular hub and the lowest (64) is my most popular hub! Basically what I'm trying to say is: it all comes down to the traffic and the positive feedback/comment. You can get a perfect score and only have like 20 views! I think you have done a good job. 83 is not a bad score Keep up the good work, don't care about it. In the end, it's just a number and it determines nothing - different texts are different to different people, as long as it's interesting and original, it's a truly worthy hub. Also, HubScores change regularly, just keep editing and keep adding to it, expect it to go up and down from time to time.
Thank you for your encouragement! I Feel much better about it now.
I saw your hub, sorry I don't knit but I can say, it is a detailed hub. Your score 83 is very high. The highest I could get is 85 and the lowest 54. SO, the score of the hub isn't important. It is the number of views per day that makes your earning trickles
As Palis said, hubscores do not mean much. My lowest scoring hub is a 67. That same hub makes up 80% of my income from HP. It gets tons of views from google and bing. It also gets shared on social networks often. The most important things to consider are, Does it get views, and does it make money. If it does both then the score means nothing. Don't stress about scores! Just put out quality articles and don't worry!
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