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I see we have the option to use Headings in the text. Are these more effective than Capsule subtitles? Instead of formatting these subheads as headings, is it more google-friendly to treat them as capsule subtitles?
Subtitles are marked up with the H2 tag which is the same as heading 2 so it won't make any difference.
The hub heading and the text subtitles are equally important. Both should be short (3 to 7 words), descriptive and search friendly with key words.
What is right for your reader? Think more about your reader than google and I am sure that you will be far more successful.
I'd want to check the mobile view to make sure nothing was too large for those users.
by Kate Swanson4 months ago
In helping newbie members, I notice a lot of them using headings inappropriately. Instead of using the available hierarchy of heading formats, they tend to use the capsule heading for everything - photos, Amazon...
by johndwilliams7 years ago
Guys and Gals,Which you think is the bst for good search engine practices? Using a Heading 2 format within the capsule and ignoring the capsule subtitle - or sticking with the capsule title part and omitting a Heading 2...
by Christy Kirwan6 months ago
Check out today's blog post for some upcoming updates to images and subtitles. Let me know in this thread if you have any questions.
by Jean Bakula10 months ago
Today I received a complimentary email from the administration about an article I wrote which was moved to a niche site about two months ago. This led me to worry about articles that were moved to niche sites many...
by Krzysztof Willman9 months ago
I've heard they slow traffic down although I have a few hubs with call outs that are doing well, so I'm not sure what to do. I hear some say they're fine and others that they are traffic killers. Would appreciate some...
by Shasta Matova3 years ago
My hubs don't get enough traffic to be in the HubPro program, but I think they could use some help. This hub gets Pinterest traffic but it does not get much search engine traffic. Please tell me what I can do to...
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