Is it possible to maintain a steady hub score of 75 without posting hubs frequently and on a regular basis? Like for example, can i maintain a hubscore , after having a decent 10-15 hubs and then posting very rarely. Yes I am ready to read other hubs, comment on them and take part in the hubpages forums. But will this help me maintain a steady hub score of 75? Please help
You'll get less or no replies for this question because if anyone manages to learn the ways to keep the score steady then it'll be possible for others to spam the system.
You only need a handful of quality hubs to maintain a steady and rising score. Without any other interaction on the site, it's possible to achieve and stay at approximately 80.
So write a few good quality hubs and there you go...
Are you trying to promote your own site? That's the only reason you should be worried about getting to 75 - so outgoing links are dofollow.
EDIT: Took a quick look at your hubs - they are not very high quality. Picture hubs won't raise your score and neither will a short text hub.
A quality hub consists of at least 500 words, some pictures, a news or rss capsule, some media etc....
This is NOT a blogging site. Each hub should be like a standalone article.
Skydweller, your goal of 75 is not too lofty.
In fact, you should look at it the opposite way: An author score of 75 or higher is the norm for established accounts, and usually falling below that mark means that you are doing something wrong. Such as: Substandard contents, duplicate contents, or both. Spamming or indiscriminately following other hubbers.
I wonder that you are ready to take part in forums etc but why are hesitate to make more hubs?
It's almost impossible to maintain a steady HubScore, but that's because the system was designed to fluctuate.
Getting a score of 75 or higher is relatively easy, provided you are willing to put in the time and effort to make quality Hubs.
Skydweller I can say this - with the type of hub you currently have, I doubt you'll ever get above 75. You need to do some serious editing.
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