I'm very new and I've only posted a couple of hubs. Why is my score so much lower than others. I've submitted original content I wrote on different topics??
Because you're very new and you've only posted a couple of hubs.
Kinda makes the newbies a little discourage, but thanks for your reply. I plan on building my number up? Any kind of tactics?
If joining a site and not having instant success is a discouragement then you need to harden up a bit.
So, you're saying you'd feel better if you started out at 100 and then just watched your score go down and down...?
this cute doggy will certainly help you
just keep publishing interesting stuff and it will go up
Rome wasn't built in a day or a few hubs. Your Patience will be rewarded, but stick with it and just posting hubs...
ByChanceTV, don't worry about it. If you keep at it, your score will rise and get to a point where it won't matter anymore.
If we started with high scores then what would be our motivation to participate in the site and continue publishing quality hubs?? Not that I haven't been known to gripe a little about my own....
You have to earn success here - I'm still new as well but am working on building up my scores. This isn't a get rich over night type of deal.
Hubber score will build up in a week or so. Don't worry, just post hubs, enjoy the site, whatever.
I'n new too, and I've found it quite motivating to watch my scores on both profile and my first few hubs steadily increasing day by day.
Obviously the algorithm behind it is a total mystery, but hey, we're all here so let's enjoy the ride!
I beleive a major factor to getting a high hubscore is publishing hubs that people might be interested in reading in their spare time. Or the most important, hubs that will help them. Hubs and articles that seem to constantly do well are the "How To..." hubs. Think of topics that people with take the time to want to read and it will benefit them by reading it.
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