JRB

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According to the data and stats that were collected, 'JRB' channel has an excellent rank. Despite such a rank, the feed was last updated more than a year ago. In addition 'JRB' includes a significant share of images in comparison to the text content. The channel mostly uses medium-length articles along with sentence constructions of the intermediate readability level, which is a result indicating a well-balanced textual content on the channel.

About 'JRB' Channel

Assorted postings from John Barton. Full time nerd wrangler at 99designs. Doing a bit of random game dev on the side for...

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'JRB' mostly contains texts of a basic readability level which may show their aim to reach a wider audience. Besides, there are articles of intermediate readability, which make up more than a quarter of all content on the channel.

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