On another account, one of my Hubs was edited via HubPro Basic, I believe. It was all relatively minor corrections. The Hub at one time used to get a lot of traffic and was in a good position in the SERPs. When the Google update slapped a bunch of us last year, the traffic to that Hub decreased significantly. Basically, after the HubPro Basic edit, the Hub is back to what it was before the Google slap. Not sure if it's coincidence, but interesting to look at. I think the edit did something for it. Also seems to lend credence to what has been said about editing good performing Hubs to increase their traffic.
Interesting. Thanks for the info. I have not got the honor of being edited by HubPro yet.
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