I have to say I'm getting a little despondent, having got so close on a number of occaisions my hub score always drops down to around 70. I currently have 8 hubs, now I know there will be many of you with 100's of hubs but I just don't have time to write that many. Untill I get my score to 75, my links are no-follow, I feel like I'm wasting my time when I could submit articles alswhere and get do-follow backlinks straight away. I understand it is a spam deterrent but how many hubs do you have to write to get above and stay above the majical 75?
I see nothing wrong with your hubs. This looks like a pure case of you just have to play the “game”. Here is a partial list of how.
Write a short profile.
Post in the forums.
Separately from the forums: ask a few questions; answer a few questions.
Comment on a few hubs.
Acquire some followers.
If you are currently following a whole bunch of people, dump them, i.e. un-follow them. Not one of those deadbeats have followed you back or commented on your hubs.
I hope this helps. Hopefully others here will post more ideas.
The most common cause for an author score below 75 is duplicate or substandard content. Do you have issues with that?
)) That's funny! I know what you mean about being discouraged about a score below 75. I just found that out today, too, and that's why I want to write like crazy right now, to try to get my hubscores, and author scores up, in order to be indexed. Take care!
You have only been here a few days, so that is different. Most likely, your author score will automatically rise to above 75 within a matter of days. No-follow (a score below 75) does not mean that your hubs will not be indexed; it just means that outbound links from your hubs or profile page will not be given much value by the search engines.
I agree...follow the advice given here and read some of the hubbers works who have higher scores. To get to the top of the mountain follow the role model of one who has scaled the cliffs already.
Finally made it, thanks for all your help guys especially paradigmsearch
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