It has a beginning, end and something useful between. All these factors are determined by bots and people and both have to like it is you want it successful.
Hope this gives you a clue:)
The most basic answer is everything located within designated boundaries. Sorry I can't be more specific, but I don't know your reference point for the word "content".
You might come back (here) with a link to your post. Someone might help you develop the relevancy of your hub's content.
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