If I Edit my Hub, does it Reset the Google ranking of that page?
No, Google simply runs an update next time it crawls your page and registers with its database what parts of your website changed.
Thank you for asking this, I did not know the answer and was quite curious myself.f I just edited over 10 of my hubs and found that just because of editing my overall hub score took a hit. I have noticed this before, I know it will adjust, but of course this is hub pages - not Google. So if you edit a few of them in one day, just watch your hub score would be curious if yours goes down also and then levels itself of again?
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