I have several hubs with a text capsule providing the reader with a glossary of definitions. Each definition is a blank line separated paragraph with about 5 to 8 lines of text. One capsule has about 8 definitions.
Is it better from a SEO point of view to break these capsules up into individual text capsules? It actually looks better to leave as is because the capsule's title is in blue text with the individual paragraphs grouped together, with black bold text at the beginning of each of them.
Here's an example:
https://dengarden.com/appliances/Watts- … t-All-mean
Google can't see whether your text is broken up into capsules or not. So that's an irrelevant question.
The only benefits of using multiple capsules are (a) you can rearrange them more easily when you revise, and (b) it gives HubPages more flexibility in placing ads.
The important thing is whether your headings are formatted as headings - if you've just used bold for the sub-headings then you're missing the change to signal to Google that they are headings.
by Krzysztof Willman 4 years ago
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by Dave McClure 8 years ago
I always formatted my poetry hubs in H4 as that was the only way to achieve single line spacing.Now, suddenly, they are all appearing in UPPER CASE.Please can we have a simple font back that allows normal mixed case with single line spacing?
by Liz Elias 7 years ago
Today I am having trouble with edits. I am preparing a hub for publication next week, and am breaking up portions of text within a text capsule with sub-headings, using the "heading 3" format.I also want to bold and underline these sub-headings, but those edits will not...
by Kate Swanson 4 years 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 Colleen Swan 7 years ago
I read that we should not repeat the keywords contained our hub url in the capsule titles within our article. Hence, if I am writing an article called (how to make a meat pie) and I have 30 capsules about the procedure; must I ensure that all of those capsules must not contain the words "meat...
by Eugene Brennan 4 years ago
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