Hi i have not been on hub pages very long around a couple of week i posted my first hub the other week(a short story)just looked has a score of 67 is this good as i am new to all this but am enjoying it at the moment thank you
It is a start, although you'll want to push your Hub and Author score over 75 to get into the swing of things. I wouldn't worry though, if you keep writing informative hubs it will go up further all by itself.
thank you im sat here at my laptop thinking what to write next
my minds gone blank ahh i was ok last night.
I wouldn't consider a score of 67 good really. But for a new hub and you being a new hubber its surely not bad either. Like thooghun mentioned getting your hub scores to 75 or better is best. All hubs start out with about a 50 score and usually go up from there.
If you care about your outgoing links being dofollow then all you need to worry about is that each hub has at least a 40 score and your author score is at least 75, both of which are pretty easy to do once you get the hang of HubPages.
I wouldn't say good, but it's definitely not bad. A lot of my hubs drift around in that range though, it's not a big deal.
"All hubs start at 50 HubScore. This will fluctuate (yes, it will rise up even if it has not been published, but there’s activity happening on the hub (from you) so hence the score moving) but if the content published is duplicate (taken from another site, even if you are the original author) it will incur a HubScore penalty. This might push it under 40. Dipping under this threshold will cause all outbound links to made nofollow. Search Engines are instructed to ‘not follow’ through the link to check out the page it is going to. Spammers don’t like that"
taken from http://learningcenter.hubpages.com/4-1- … -rankings/
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