When adding an image to a hub, is it the capsule subtitle or the image description (caption) that's important in alerting the search engines?
Thank you for asking this valuable questioin quicksand. I have always put in my captions the Creative Commons Attribution for License type while not really not making a caption. I see I must rethink usage of the caption.
by Kate Swanson 10 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 capsules, videos, paragraphs. When I suggest they need to use SUB headings,...
by Oyewole Folarin 2 years ago
I've tried all means to bold a phrase in the callout capsule, but all my efforts in getting it done was not successful. I wanted to use it as the subtitle for my hub. Please i need someone to kindly put me through.Also, how to increase the font size is another problem.Thanks for sharing your...
by Sherri 7 years ago
This has happened several times over the last months, and it doesn't happen every time. In edit mode I open a photo capsule, make no changes, and then click "discard changes" (as opposed to "save changes") in order to close the capsule. The text of the photo capsule subtitle...
by Jean Bakula 16 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 months ago.The rules are constantly changing. At one time, I was told to use call out...
by johndwilliams 7 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 format?My gut says Heading 2 looks better for Web Spiders - but I am old and my...
by Anita Saran 4 years ago
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?Thanks!
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