The score of my first hub was 58 and the second was 46. Does this mean that my hubs are below the standard?
Hubs usually start out with a score in the high 40s or low 50s. As they get older, the hub score will usually increase based on things like traffic and how people rate your hubs.
You don't need to worry about hub scores only if they fall below 40 then they become no follow.. as Wrylilt says the scores start out low go high and stabilize a little lower.. it depends on many factors.. don't worry just enjoy what you are doing and keep writing
by sheilamyers20 months ago
I don't worry about hubscores as long as my hubs get featured the first time I hit "publish". I know the score can start off low but can steadily climb over time. Curiosity has finally gotten the better of me...
by M. Toni2 years ago
I've been on here for a few years, and I guess I never really understood the point of these scores. They don't seem to provide any real value to the user and I can't convince myself that they add value because they...
by GwennyOh4 years ago
As asked in title. I know it's subjective, but in your opinion, what is the lowest score you would allow an article to remain up before editing or un-publishing it?Understand that I am new here, so putting feelers...
by Katherine Tyrrell21 months ago
I've been making a screendump of my overall hub stats each day to try and keep track of what's going on so I can work out "what works on HubPages" and what doesn't. The aim is to determine some sort of...
by yellowbutterfly9 months ago
Can someone tell me what is the 'hub score' please? It seems to have no relevance to the number of page views on my hubs.Thanks!yellowbutterfly
by LindaSmith12 years ago
Hub with over 800 words of content. My own photos. A video added. 3 Amazon Products that are hub content related. A whopping hub score of 49
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