I just launched this hub....
Its completely copyscape pass unique content and 1600 with pictures and all that I took during my trip to Paris and it has a score of 46. Any ideas as to why my hubscore is so low for this hub?
Because you just published it... Give it time it will rise....
I see that the score has risen but I did notice some grammatical errors. There is a strange character [p] within names of locations. Shouldn't it be the character [d' or de]? Also there are sections which read kind of rough.
It is the capital of France, one sentence says capital of Scotland. ?
The section about 6 points of interest left out the name of the first point of interest.
I would take another look and correct the errors.
I agree, there's no other city like Paris!
Too many factors weigh in on why a hub scores what it does.
It's bound to rise, once visitors and comments are added.
Great keywords in the title usually fetches higher scores.. do a keyword search to check that out.
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