Does word count influence hubscores and hubberscore? If yes, what is the recommended number of words per hub?
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The short answer is..yes it does. If your hub is less than 500 words or so, you're less likely to crack the 60 to 70 hubscore range, unless it's a really hot topic..even then. You need some solid, informative, and fairly original content.
by Marisa Wright8 years ago
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by Janet216 years ago
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by Roohi Khan8 years ago
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by Natalie Frank10 months ago
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by Brian Slater7 years ago
I know that the length of a good hub should between 800-1400 words, but where does it tell you how many words you have written?
by Heidi Thorne5 months ago
I love the new cleaner hub creation interface! But I noticed that the Word Count is missing (or maybe I just don't know where to look for it). That was a helpful feature. Is that coming back?
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