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This is easy. When in 'Edit' mode up top click on the second tab that says "Summary Text". Uncheck the box that says 'Calculate summary automatically'
Then in the 'Summary' box below type in your short description. HubPages takes what you type in here and uses this as the web pages 'Meta Description' within the hub's HTML code automatically.
Title also becomes the Title in the HTML code too.
You have no way to to add Meta Keywords, but those are pretty much worthless anyways, so no worries there.
by Nicola Thompson5 years ago
Should I have a Summary?I rarely ever really do a summary, mainly because I don't think about it. But when I have gone to do one, I find that it doesn't flow well to the Hub, and it just seems to make for an awkward...
by Justin Earick5 years ago
Does it boil down to whether I am more concerned with fishing for more clicks, or making a quality product for my own pride? Is a google-friendly title selling out for mere pennies, or just a means to an end? I...
by shabarigirish7 years ago
I am using some keyword suggetion tools, its showing I don't have perticular keyword on my meta tag, I dont know where I can write Meta tag for my hubs. Adding keywords to mete tag helps in SERP but I dont know where o...
by Eric Standridge7 weeks ago
I have added a table of contents to one of my hubs. The hub has a list of famous people from Oklahoma. To divide it up better and make it easier for people to read, I added links to each capsule. The...
by Eric Dockett21 months ago
I've noticed search engines often aren't showing the meta tag in the search results for at least some of the niche sites. Instead they are grabbing text from the body of the article, which is fine I guess as long as it...
by Audrey Selig8 years ago
Is it important to have good keywords in the summary of the hub? Should the initial article on the hub have most of the keywords? Thank you. I am new.
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