What does the A beside a title ion my account content graph represent?
The "A" means that you haven't written a summary for your hub yet. You can add a summary in edit mode by selecting "summary" in the gray box on the right side of the screen. The summary doesn't appear in your article itself, but it will appear beneath your article's title in google search results. So, write something that tells readers why they'll find what they're looking for by clicking on your article.
This means you're missing a summary. A summary will help bring traffic to your hubs! Happy hubbing!
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