When i create and published a hub it shows missing summary in my accounts what does it means and how should I correct it?
When in edit mode, look to the right, next to where the "tags" button is. The summary button is in the same area and can be used to add a summary.
Write a keyword rich summary, it helps Google to throw your hubs higher up in the searches, that is if it is Google worthy
If you go down to the bottom of your list of hubs and click on the words "missing summary" it will tell you what it is.
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by Mary Hyatt3 years ago
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by WriteAngled5 years ago
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