I have read how to add summary yet I can't seem to find the tab that will allow me to add a summary to my hubs. all my hubs are reading missing summary. Do I get more credit with a summary?
Edit the hub and over to the right hand side, where tags - settings - summary is located, click on summary and you can write your own.
When done, click on done editing. And, *poof* your summary is made and with any luck will be picked up by search engines shortly afterward.
Yes, a summary can be beneficial, because it gives you an opportunity to write a specific paragraph to target the specific keywords you want.
In addition to Cagsil's good information, here's a bit more on summaries.
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/How- … ub-Summary
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