You can see it at the bottom of the score column on the my account page. Mine is 69.
Wow! You are good.
I've just deleted more than 40 hubs that have been unpublished for over a year. Wonder if this will help me raise mine.
Actually, it should help a little bit. Unpublished hubs do factor into overall total. I have no hubs unpublished at this present point in time.
77. I can't seem to get any to stay in the 90's.
Me neither. However, I now consider my share of cleanup done.
Hey Wilderness, Hubs in the 90's? I know what you mean.
Yep. I think the highest I've ever seen was maybe 93. I get a 91 occasionally but it's gone in a day or two. Somebody hates me I guess
My average is 74. A few high numbers and a whole heap of garbage. The lower ones annoy me a bit.
edit: 77... respect.
My highest hubscore is 84 at the moment and I've had in the 90's but not sure of the average..quite chuffed my hubberscore is on 97 today, only 2nd time every thats happened!
Hi Cagsil, is it correct Google won't rank your hubs much with an average of under 75?
Mine is 50, but I just started on HP.
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