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What does missing summery mean on my view of my hubs I have published?

  1. dorothy0328 profile image75
    dorothy0328posted 6 years ago

    What does missing summery mean on my view of my hubs I have published?

  2. Brandon E Newman profile image70
    Brandon E Newmanposted 6 years ago

    When in "edit" mode, you will see the link at the right of the page. click "summary" and add one.

  3. bizwin profile image60
    bizwinposted 6 years ago

    If you check on your edit mode, look to the right hand side, you'll see summary and other things. Click on it, a box will be displayed, then you can start writing the summary of your hub, after that click publish.

  4. boby325 profile image46
    boby325posted 6 years ago

    when your hubs are indexed in search engines, the text that is shown under your hubs is hub summary. Hub summary helps to put more keyword that will help to get more traffic. You can learn more about hub summary here http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/How- … ub-Summary hope that would be helpful to your.

  5. profile image0
    Poetic Foolposted 6 years ago

    It can be important to provide a summary for your hub for a couple reasons.  First, when you publish a new hub it will appear on the front page of all those hubbers that follow you.  If you've provided that summary, it will appear there.  If not, it will use the first few lines from the hub itself which may not be as desirable.  At least, I think that is the case.

    Secondly, a good summary with appropriate keywords will help your hub be found in Google searches as it is used to populate the content metatag.

  6. vinner profile image82
    vinnerposted 6 years ago

    Summary is the short content that will be displayed when your hub is listed in search results. Make it attractive to get more visitors

  7. giopski profile image59
    giopskiposted 6 years ago

    This is something new to hubpages.  I found out about it much later too.  But it's a good tool.  It helps readers and hubbers to know what the hub is all about.  Most readers simply skip hubs, but if they read through your summary it could strike interest as they may be looking for your topic.  This could also help with traffic especially on searches as pointed out by many answers out here.

  8. howtojunkies profile image54
    howtojunkiesposted 6 years ago

    it means when you published a hub the summary will be the first one to be read. it is like it's description.

  9. ausis profile image79
    ausisposted 6 years ago

    I'll give you a similar answer as some have given. When in edit on the right hand column you will see summary enter your summary there. It often helps a reader decide if they want to read your post.

    So try making it interesting

  10. bkgroup profile image48
    bkgroupposted 6 years ago

    Refcently I played with Hub summery and it increased my hub traffic as well as pageviews.You too can add hub summery on your articles and generate traffic on your posted hubs. read more

 
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