I see we have the option to use Headings in the text. Are these more effective than Capsule subtitles? Instead of formatting these subheads as headings, is it more google-friendly to treat them as capsule subtitles?
Subtitles are marked up with the H2 tag which is the same as heading 2 so it won't make any difference.
The hub heading and the text subtitles are equally important. Both should be short (3 to 7 words), descriptive and search friendly with key words.
What is right for your reader? Think more about your reader than google and I am sure that you will be far more successful.
I'd want to check the mobile view to make sure nothing was too large for those users.
by johndwilliams5 years ago
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by Shasta Matova18 months ago
My hubs don't get enough traffic to be in the HubPro program, but I think they could use some help. This hub gets Pinterest traffic but it does not get much search engine traffic. Please tell me what I can do to...
by Sherri5 years ago
This has happened several times over the last months, and it doesn't happen every time. In edit mode I open a photo capsule, make no changes, and then click "discard changes" (as opposed to "save...
by Sherri6 years ago
The slide show view could be a more powerful tool for the author if both the capsule subtitle and the caption area were visible during the slide show.As it is now, the slide show view for a photo / pic shows only the...
by quicksand16 months ago
When adding an image to a hub, is it the capsule subtitle or the image description (caption) that's important in alerting the search engines?
by Michael Willis5 years ago
When I use 2 text capsules side by side they will not line up evenly on the page. The one to the right is always about a half line lower. Can this be fixed?Skipping a space in the left text capsule does not work to fix...
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