I read in an article that if hubs are rated below 75 that can drag down your score. Not only that, I have been writing something weekly on birds that I see at Boomer Lake Park. I wanted to archive or remove the older material. Eventually, it might end up being dead weight, as its ratings are dropping.
You have been here TWO WEEKS! Most content takes at least 6 months to start receiving steady views. When you first publish you'll get a bit of traffic from Hubpages because the hub is new, but that will drop off before search engines pick it up.
And the rankings have NOTHING to do with earnings. Google does NOT see your author score or your hub score.
Ah, sorry for the minimalist reply. Ever since I started work and worked for a minimalist man who once answered a long and convoluted letter with "Yes" I've been sort of quick to copy him. Probably it doesn't chime with my claim to be a writer
But honestly, I do think you are a little over anxious, your writing is fine and given time you'll start to get hits, just not straight away. I've been here for nearly two years now and have a couple of hubs that only get a handful of hits a month, but then they are only of interest to a handful of people. Should I remove them and deprive that handful of people of information?
I was reading a Hub on Hubpages, and was concerned to read the advice that the content we use in our Hubs should be unique, not something we've posted elsewhere on the net.I started out on Helium and have nearly 200...