Can someone help me understand why/how a good hubscore connects to more traffic, and the concept that "hubpages wants to drive traffic to good hubs" ?
I'm enjoying writing what I think are interesting, original hubs...got a good score...but how does this really all work?
When you get more traffic, HubPages will raise your Hub score.
The best score you can get without traffic is around 70, if you write something equivalent to a flagship Hub.
Anything above that requires traffic. And most Hubs will sink below 60 if they aren't getting traffic.
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