I'm doing a hub where I have a number in the title at the beginning of the title and the number is appearing at a lower level than the rest of the title on the line. Is there a way to make the number larger or at least even with my title line?
Do "5" instead of "Five", that's what the searchers will type. As to size, live with it; no one will care.
Yes I am using 5 as it is, it just looks weird being lower than the title. Okay Thanks
It will show up normally in Google - and people clicking through won't be looking at the title, they'll be looking for the content that the title refers to
IME, number (5, 20) titles work better than letters (five, twenty).
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