I was reading some where that in order to get my hub score higher I need to be more active. How active do I have to be exactly and what do I need to do?
Write good quality hubs. Read other people's hubs and make quality comments. Be a helpful member of the community.
I started back in late June '11. Had only 47 points on my prof score, now I'm up to 84 points. All I did was post in forums, questions, answers, write a couple of hubs, hop some hubs. Check in here once ever other day or so. Hope this helps.
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