Just started hubpages and wondered what it's there for...? please help thank you!
It is how reputable Hubpages thinks you are on a scale of 1-100 (100 being the best score). It will rise naturally if you write quality content and/or participate in the community don't worry about it too much (but do your best to achieve a score of 75+ in the mid/long term so you have do-follow external links).
by Sydney J 3 years ago
What does the number next to my profile picture mean?
by Victoriaaa 7 years ago
How to change the number in my picture?I'm new to this. I notice that it keeps change and I see other people with higher numbers. How is this done?
by Marielle Nikka Oliveros 5 years ago
What is the meaning of the number on the lower right of my profile picture?
by Juliette Kando FI Chor 3 years ago
The EC program is a means of removing the best articles from our sub-domains and giving them to the main HP site hubpages.com.As Cardisa so rightly pointed out inhttp://hubpages.com/forum/topic/129147#post2714297The predominance of labelled EC hubs in the Related Hubs section puts non-EC hubs at a...
by HeatherVegRD 6 years ago
What does the number is the lower right corner of the profile picture mean?And, how is the score on hubs determined?
by Sunando Basu 7 years ago
I am a novice in HubPages so the question may seem naive, but can anybody point me out the significance of the number shown on every Hubber's profile pic???
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