Hello, I have 5 month old account on Hubpage and posted 57 Hubs but my score is below 75.
How I can increase my Profile score and what should I do.
There's probably a violation somewhere within your hub account. Are you linking to the same websites repeatedly? Do you have too many hubs flagged as duplicate? Do you have too many tags on your hubs? It's most likely one or more of these things that's keeping your hubber score down.
do some bookmarking of your hub and some of of the hubbers to vote you up. You will see the score improving instantly.
Always write, fresh and long contents for hub.
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