I'm new and wonder when I will be able to get 75 author score so my links become dofollow ones.
I have created just 2 hubs in my first week and have 62 points so far.
Your number of hubs have not so much to do with your author score, but the quality of your articles, how much they are searched, your contribution to the community and alot of other factors. You can have a handful of articles and have an author score above 75.
I'm new too and am trying not to get too attached to that Hub score. I have a half dozen articles published and one day I had a Hub score of 80. The next day it dropped to 73. I'm trying to just concentrate on posting quality content, exploring the forums, and reading articles in my topic to stay on point. Try not to think of it as a popularity score. The fact that you care enough to try to improve means you are doing fine!
You don't need many hubs. Even with just a few, you can still get a score of 75 if you participate on the site (forums, answers, hub hopping, leaving good comments, voting, etc...)
It all helps and it's honestly not that hard to get - and it won't take too long.
Of course, if you leave, chances are your score will go down and might go back into no-follow range. I know when I take a hiatus, my score tends to drop to about 78 (and it's 87 right now because I'm active).
Be sure to read this section of the FAQ, as some of your present Hub building habits may result in your score being impacted.
by Corey 6 years ago
How many hubs have you written in one day?
by Randy Godwin 6 years ago
So you've probably decided editing idled hubs is not worth the trouble on HP and began deleting them. How many have you either moved to a more favorable or merely deleted? I'm up to 30 hubs representing over 10,000 views in the past. And you?
by Don Bobbitt 7 years ago
Why am I seeing SO MANY Hubs with obvious GRAMMATICAL ERRORS in the TITLE?I mean, People? The Title is your HOOK!
by Kyou Capps 8 years ago
How many hubs is too many?Sometimes, I see people with 50+ and they've only been here for a couple weeks. Isn't that a lot to go through, not only for the writers, but the readers too? What do you think? What do you think is the appropriate amount of hubs in a week?
by sam24354 3 years ago
I have just started, so I dont expect it in the near future, but how many hubs, or how many months before you start making money? How much traffic is considered to be good traffic? Right now I am getting about an average of 75 hits per day on 4 hubs. Is that good? What...
by Dan W Miller 3 years ago
I have created a pitiful 29 hubs in four years. But I'm a lot more active on facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google Search. You people MUST LIVE ON HERE! How in the world do you find subjects for crying out loud? You must be just writing for writing sake. In order to write something, I have to FEEL IT,...
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