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I wrote a summary to an article "Why You Can't Beat The Consumer Credit Reporting Agencies." I unpublished it and after adding it I republished it but I can't see it. Any ideas?
It's there. It shows up on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/cole.ikerd?ref=tn_tnmn
But it didn't show up on Google+ for me. https://plus.google.com/u/0/118398430975887699694/posts
Or, at least, I'm pretty sure that's YOUR summary.
Hey evamaries- if you want to check and/or edit your summary, enter the HubTool. You'll find it in a field right below your Hub's title.
Summaries don't show on the Hubs themselves. They are the short descriptions you see on this site when you look at categories of Hubs, and they are also used by search engines sometimes.
Go look at your profile page. You'll see snippets of the summaries there.
Summaries of hubs are only visible on your profile where hubs are listed or in edit mode of a hub.
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I have 53 left out of 177!I never knew we were to write summaries!
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