Are my hubs rated high? I don't quite understand the rating systems yet
I'd say in the medium range. About 50 for newly published hubs is normal. About 70 for your more seasoned hubs is respectable.
Ratings of around 80 and above are high.
(PS: I hope your e-book is successful).
ty examiner. It's not really an ebook, it's a novel for print, but i'm going to pre-release it in kindle format for like 2 bucks lol
so I guess I am doing good considering I only have a few hubs....
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