For example one accumulates the money in hubpages. Now he or she has a paypal account.How does a person get money in the paypal account. Is there a withdraw feature in hubpages so that it goes to our paypal account or does it go directly to our paypal account once the threshold is reached.
If you ask ONE question in ONE place and check back, you're more likely to get straight answers and not have multiple people giving you the same answer.
Please tell me why your score is 95 and mine is just 70
Because you only have three hubs that are short and have little quality content.
I would be grateful if you point out those hubs to me.
Vikram (you can call me vicky)
When you join HubPages, there is some study to learn how to use the site. Other Hubbers are usually happy to help, but you appear to be lazy and expecting us to answer all your questions without even trying.
Spend some time studying in the Learning Center, you will understand things much better then:
Also, be aware that the only way you earn money on HubPages is by writing Hubs. Posting on the forums or asking questions do not earn you anything.
Please tell me why my score is 70 and yours is 96
Hubpages uses special way to count a hubscore and author score, it fluctuates for most people. You may have started out with 40 and now you have 70, as you write more, and engage more it may increase and decrease.
Important thing to know: hubscore and authorscore does not impact your earning, it is how you write and how people click on your links that matters.
There is lot to learn here, take your time, check out people's hubs, specially with hubs guide or tutorials. Good luck.
You didn't ask me, but since I saw this I figured I'd try to answer. Since you've only been on here for a couple of months, 70 isn't that bad a score (although you need it to be 75 at least). People's scores usually go up after they've been writing Hubs for awhile. Some people take longer than others, but it usually isn't hard for people to get their scores first into the high 70's/low 80's, and soon, into the 90's (if they write good Hubs).
With only 3 Hubs, and since they're fairly short, your 70 isn't bad. You might want to run the grammar checker just to let it pick up any minor errors with grammar or spelling. Even a few grammar problems can make people tend to vote down, rather than up. Also, people need to see your Hubs in order to vote them up or down at all. It can take a little while for new people's Hubs to be read by a lot of people. The fewer the Hubs, the less likely it is your profile/Hubs will get noticed.
I have no way to know, of course; but I would guess that if you write your Hubs, run the grammar/spelling checked (just to be sure), and give it a little more time as far as your Hubber score goes; chances are it will go up.
Oh well, I tried to be nice to him while he was here. Sometimes I give the benefit of doubt a little more freely than I ought to.
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