Do we get penalized for long hubs? I have written hubs that are total crap but short, and they begin with a 55 score. I just wrote a 2,000 word one based on years of astrological research on Saturn returns, and it began with a 48. In other words, do dumbed down hubs score better? I'm seriously considering moving all my work. I love to write, but it is work.
48 isn't outside the normal range. I doubt it's been penalized for length. Give it time, it will climb.
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