I just published my first hub and I have what is probably a major n00b question. I've noticed that on all the hubs I've looked at have a number after the title. What is this number?
It is your HubScore and it will fluctuate - here is a link for information from HP http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/4-1- … d-rankings
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I've only been here a couple of months, so I'm kind of new as well. Mine goes up and down. I haven't found a real rhyme or reason to it. I think it was to do with a little bit of everything: hub views, how many hubs you post, your activity in the forums, answering questions, asking questions and so on. Don't get wrapped up in it. Just do your best and you'll be fine.
All the best,
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