My Hubberscore is pretty low, What do I need to do to increase it?
You've been here 2 years, according to your profile, written 16 hubs, have 24 posts in the forums and you are wondering why your hubberscore is low?
Try writing more hubs, commenting on more hubs, being active in the forums, answer questions by writing hubs to answer them, taking part in HubMob and voting on HubNuggets Nominees.
It might help you to read the FAQ's page and even visiting the Learning Center.
Plus, you could also visit the Extreme Hub Makeover forum thread, to gauge whether or not, your hubs of good quality, by letting other hubbers critique them. The traffic you receive to your hubs and their scores play a factor into your overall hubberscore.
Just my thoughts on it. Enjoy.
I have been signed up for two years but I started being active in the last two weeks. Anyway thanks Cagsil for those insightful tips. You answered my question satisfactorily!
You signed up 2 years ago, but have only been here 2 weeks? Oh okay.
That is funny dude, I was employed then but now am self employed. So there is plenty of time to hang around here. I hope you getting what am saying
How much did you expect it to increase in two weeks?
I think it was at least 4 months, maybe 5, before I hit 100 the first time.
And it doesn't stick - it falls again.
Get above 75. That's the only number that matters.
Thanks Pcunix! I guess I need to be more patient
And now it's down to 99. Clearly Pcunix has angered the gods.
All that? Wow..
I think I'll just pump out a few hubs, continue posting smart-ass comments in the forums, and settle happily for a mere 85ish again.
Why don't you go up to the search bar and do a search under hubs for raising your hubber score. I know you will get plenty of info!
Patience pays speedbird, getting to 100 takes time and with regular relevant posts you will get there. BE PATIENT
My advice is post plenty of new hubs, post comments in other hubbers' hubs, post threads here and reply to those by other people, and get as much traffic to your hubs as you can by sharing your hubs elsewhere! I find if I do all those things my score goes up!
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