With the many changes going on I tend to miss the boat on a few. I just noticed there is no longer a summary in the links added to a links capsule but you can add a summary in the tabs section while editing.
My question, what is the best way to utilize this tab? I'm thinking its a great way to include a key word rich description or summary if you will.
Please advise and share your thoughts
That sounds about right. A customized summary is supposedly better than the one created by default.
The summary is often picked up by google as the displayed text in search returns.
Keywords in search are bolded by google if they appear in your text which draws the eye.
So creating a custom summary that stands out to human scanners and also has your target keyword seems to be very useful. ntimotfs
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