This just might be crazy but, what does the number in the bottom of the corner means(i.e on your picture profile)...Is it Good Or Bad??? I'm Just wondering???
It's your Hubscore.
Yours is so low because all of your hubs are copied content.
Post original content instead and it will go up.
the number at the side, tells you how great you are doing. well done!
This is what I find so amusing. So many Hubbers agonize over a low Hub Score - but visitors to the site usually have no idea what it means!
Original, well-written content that people are interesting in reading about is the most important factor, I think. It's article writing, not a blog.
Leaving comments on other's hubs, and participating in the forums will push up the score as well. It says to Hubpages that you are an active participant. You also get some interesting and nice comments from other hubbers. You're likely to make quite a few friends in the process.
However, don't get obsessed over your score. It means nothing outside of hubpages. It's only a relative gauge on how well you're communicating and participating.
It's amazing to me that a person would actually copy, and paste material and expect it to be viewed as good content. How could you be proud of that!
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