I am new to hubpages and have prepared a hub for publication. Because of all I have read here on hb regarding hub scores, I have taken my time to re-vamp and re-edit my first hub before publishing and after about a day and a half the hub score has risen to 60. As a new hubber, what should I look for score wise before I go ahead and publish? Also, I am very concerned about the author's score. Mine is very, very low. Is this something I should be concerned about before I publish my 1st hub? Or is it something that cannot be helped, go ahead and publish, and hope it increases? Any help on this would be greatly appreciated.
oh wheres your hub, look at these -- http://hubpages.com/hub/Hubscore and http://learningcenter.hubpages.com/hubs … ber-score/
Thank you for the info. I haven't published my first hub yet. Still researching everything first. I wanted to make sure I understand as much as I can before I take the plunge. Still don't really understand if I should worry about a low hubber score before I publish, so I guess I'll just dive in, publish, and see what happens.
Yes don't worry about it because you are here only for 2 days, I am sure it will rise. My author score was the same as yours for the first two days.
Was also low for the first few days...
Hmmm... Hard to imagine now...
I have been here for 10 days, I have never done this before, anywhere. All I did was publish what I was interested in. I went to the forum and found other people interested in the same subjects and read their hubs. Interact with other people. Most everyone here is helpful. Hp has been a joy for me.
Ok guys..thanks so much for replying so quickly and setting my mind at ease. I'm always apprehensive about new things until I get some idea of how they work...but I guess I'll go ahead and give it a go.
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