My hubs all now say I an missing a summary. What does this mean?
it means you have forgotten to write a summary. Edit the hub, and in the right hand column where you have your tags, there is an option to write a summary. Write a couple of lines summarizing your hub, and your "A" will disappear!
Yes, just when I thought all my hubs were finished, now I gotta go summarize all 75 of mine - must remember to summarize as I hub...good luck everyone.
adding summaries to your hubs will also increase your traffic most likely. When it is picked up in the search engines your summary is your "hook" - write it creatively to get people to want to read your hub - it can be a great tool to "pull them in". since I started adding summaries my traffic has increased quite a bit
by Dorothy Cooper 6 years ago
What does missing summery mean on my view of my hubs I have published?
by Melanie Palen 6 years ago
I'd only recently found out about the summary feature on hubs a few weeks or months back. I have added summaries to a number of hubs and it seems to help their hubscore immediately and SERPs after about two weeks or so.Anyway, not all of my hubs have summaries and I don't really know, at this...
by Helen Cater 8 years ago
This is a topic that will help lots of people. We all tinker with our hubs now and then. What is the best thing you changed on your hub that resulted in more traffic?
by Angela Dale 6 years ago
Why does it say I'm missing a summary on all my hubs? How do I fix that?
by jacobt2 9 years ago
My top two hubs have gotten quite a few views but zero comments. Does this mean that I am only getting views from sites other than hubpages or what?
by Jamie Brock 2 years ago
Is anyone else afraid of adding summaries to their hubs?In general, my hubs that have a summary do not do as well as my hubs that do not have a summary. All of my best hubs do not have summaries. I know it is suggested to add a summary to every hub but this makes me afraid...
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