Should I shorten the hub, or break it up into pieces? I'm referring to The Mark, but really, all of them need editing.
There is no such thing as a too long hub. Look at wikipedia, huge articles, always at the top!
That's right what writing4action said. Beside that you are giving yourself an opportunity to catch some of the long tail keywords:) and that means more visitors. Try writing as clrearly as possible:
1. Use numbered lists
2. Bold your keywords to the most important sentences
Plain text will not attract visitors to spend some time on your hub
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