Would you recommend waiting for hubscore to rise before publishing or just publishing when finished?
I've noticed that my unpublished hubs' hubscore tends to rise over time, even if there are no edits. Does it matter what the original publishing score is? Thanks.
No, it doesn't matter what the original publishing score is. It doesn't hurt to let unpublished hubs sit for a few days until the score rises, but letting it sit too long without editing may make the score go back down. I usually let mine sit until they're at least in the high 50s or higher.
I don't think it makes a big difference. I usually let mine sit for a day or so and then go back and proof read. I have found that even when I think I'm happy and have proofed and proofed, I have found mistakes later.
Fresh eyes make for an amazing difference,
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