A good title that gives the reader a sense of what the hub is about, and creates interest. A fair amount of text, supported by appropriate headings. A clear, concise, and friendly-sounding writing style. Correct English, both grammar, spelling and style. A few images and videos. Links to related content. An accurate, correctly worded summary.
Website Examiner that is a great, thorough answer. I can't add to it so I'll just vote it up instead. Great job.
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