Would be it be possible to have an (optional) contents list on our hubs? As we all know most internet searchers want the information they're looking for to be within the first paragraph or two, and if you've written a really long hub it might be that the visitor has to read through to find a snippet of information (most of them probably couldn't be bothered)
At least with a contents list they can click on the relevant section to access the information immediately. I suppose this might lower the visit duration on some pages, but better than clicking the back button and moving down the SERPS when you've already provided the information.
Ah, thank you Simone. But it's also a bit of a duh! moment for me- why didn't I think of that Will implement.
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