Hi there. I'm very new to this whole hubbing business but u was wondering if you could please help.
I understand that to get a link that counts pointing towards another site your hub number has to be above 75?
How would one get their hub to this number.
I would really appreciate any help on this matter.
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The number on the hub has to be more than 40 for this, and the number on your pic - more than 75. Looks like you got there already
Really, if you stay within the rules posting your hubs, your number pretty soon climbs into high 80s-low 90s. I took a look at your hubs, and you need not worry, you are doing just great.
Can I suggest you go to the Extreme Hub Makeover Forum and get advice about your hubs. See what other members think?
If you can always improve on your work, then it makes it all the better. Plus, you can learn a lot more from the veteran hubbers.
Just a thought. I've provided the link to the other forum thread.
health looks to me like you are doing really well. A big welcome. We're glad your here.
You are doing well, 75 with two hubs only. Just write hubs within the rule. Just write more and you will soon reach above 75 and have a do follow link. No need to worry about your hubberscore.
Follow some hubbers and they may reciprocate. It will increase your fan base as well as hubber score.
Scores usually start out low and as traffic (outside HP) increases, so does the score. Do not fret, it will rise in due time. We usually all start there but you can let it *steep* (leave unpublished) for a higher score too. A tip from Darkside, a very cool author. Don't tell him I said that,
Welcome here! I agree with Dame. A lot has to do with external traffic...plus the 'quality' of your hubs. Unlike what most people think, I don't believe forum participation is that important. Though try not to worry too much about the hubber score...it fluctuates all the time.
Write real content, rather than stuff that reads like a sales page. Google can tell the difference, and so can our system. Be careful not to keyword-stuff, and impart real information.
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