What are the benefits of adding a summary in the summary box of the hub? Just wondering if there were any, can't seem to find any mention of that here. Thanks.
It is always a good idea to write an original summary for your hub, as this is often what is shown in search results and is what pulls through as the description if your hub is posted on social bookmarking sites. It also helps in SEO.
Always write an original summary making sure you that include your keywords, and don't just copy your first paragraph
by SmartAndFun4 years ago
Is this common? On the Google results page, just under the title of my hub, Goodle is using the first sentence of the hub instead of the summary. (Yes, the summary is there on the hub, I checked.) Are summaries just...
by watergeek2 years ago
Boy, now I'm really confused. Our hub summaries (just under the title) are supposed to be what shows up as a description in Google searches, right? So I just launched a new hub. It's reading a 94 hubscore right now and...
by Charlu5 years ago
I have noticed lately while checking on my hub ranking that my summaries are changed. I was wondering who did that and why? Normally I use several keywords in that summary knowing that's what Google is looking...
by Raye18 months ago
Please do something to the filters so that Hub summaries as graphically-cluttered as the below can be found. This can't be helping.
by Aficionada6 years ago
Just when I think I'm doing reasonably well at getting up to speed here, I see one more new thing - new to me, I mean - that looks like something I should have noticed when I first joined HP.Today, it's "customized...
by Suzanne Day2 years ago
Just a suggestion. The add → text which appears in the description field has appeared on my hub summaries, even though I have put text in. This involves me having to go back and edit all the hubs again. Is it...
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