Does adding a synopsis help hub traffic?
I don't make a habit of writing a synopsis, but is this something attracts you, or traffic in general, to a hub?
Yes, Synopsis helps you to attract readers, and the most important thing is that it helps the search engines to find the page. So obviously it generates more traffic.
Timely question. I've recently been thinking about all the ways in which I can improve my first Hubs. Writing a synopsis is important and I plan on writing them soon. Before choosing to see a movie, I read the review. Likewise, before I buy a new book, I read the jacket to be sure I am interested.
The synopsis for your Hub can attract more views or simply add to their wanting.
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