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My hubkarma slightly increased, can anyone tell the importance of hubkarma.
Will it related hubber score,hub score and pages views of hub?
Are they useful for search engine rankings?
Thanks in advance.
I think it does, because I believe that all there is to hubkarma is in there. There is nothing more to it, no more effects than what are described in the FAQ.
I wondered about that very same question? Even though I'm not concerned about it:)
There is no drama,
unless you’re a farmer,
and your last name is Palmer,
then you'd find it calmer,
in the Bahamas,
creating a diorama,
and talking to another yarner.
I would not say so, the amount you link to others directs traffic internally (the reader find Hp a ready reference ) and you could also generate traffic from here to your blogs or websites.
This may also be a way of getting internal links within hub pages when others link to your hubs.
I agree (although the poem was quite wonderful!) Hubkarma is of little direct importance, but reminds hubbers to do more linking, which may have some positive effects. Linking out can distract attention away from contents, however, which is why some may prefer to use a linking capsule or RSS feed placed either immediately above or even underneath the comments capsule.
I've been doing some serious linking to other hubs over the past week or two, but my hubkarma score hasn't improved, in fact it's pretty lame. I link using the linking tool (which is great), or if I know of a relevant Hub I just grab the uRL and set up a link in one of my hubs. Does it take a while to see your score change? Thanks!
I think "importance" is perhaps the wrong word. It gives you some idea how effective your hubs link to other hubs and outside of Hubpages. Otherwise, I don't think it's 'important', really
I've been a hubber for a little bit for am still learning. This has been a mystery to me, so thanks for sharing the insight!
by ramkkasturi7 years ago
My hub karma score is going high. I don't know if this means I am over linked to other hubs. But some how the traffic is down.No idea if this is because of linking. Does it make sense to believe that those...
by Hub Llama7 years ago
Hopefully the right people see this.Here is an idea how to make the new HubKarma score both very useful and beloved by writers on HubPages. Additionally, this would also provide more incentive to Hubbers to link...
by Rafini7 years ago
On your profile page. Too cool! Thanks HubPages team.
by katiem27 years ago
I don't work on my HubKarma much. I have used the linking tool but just don't think about doing it much. My HubKarma score is low. What do you do about it or do you even consider it.What's your...
by CONSCIOUSNINJA7 years ago
... & what does this really mean?
by bmthepro7 years ago
I have started hubbing recently and want to know what actually hubkarma does . If I link someone else's hub from my own hub will they know it and link back to mine? how can linking to other's hubs be beneficial to me? I...
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