What's the best way to increase the hubscore? I started at 30, after 3 days I turned 49.
The simple answer is to release more high quality hubs. Your hubscore should then increase.
Welcome to Hubpages You need to write quality hubs, read and comment on other authors hubs, participate in the community forums etc ..that would help..to get your score up. Try sharing your links on facebook and twitter too
Write longer hubs and write with better quality. The longer the better seems to be the general rule.
Only three days is no way to get a measure of your potential. Give it three months or three years. This isn't an immediate gratification game.
Follow the good advice you've received so far, and read everything you can from the HP Learning Center, Blog, and Help pages.
Also, if you need help with your grammar, seek it out. I read your first Hub, and although the information is useful, the grammar doesn't support you as an authority on the subject (a subject dear to my heart).
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