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Do the summaries for hubs help in getting traffic?
All my articles have an A next to it. I was wondering if it is worth writing the summary or leave it....
Summary is in fact important. The summary you enter for a Hub goes directly to a description meta tag of a web-page on which the hub is actually to be found. To see that - you can do the following: write a summary to any of your hubs, then open the published hub which has a summary. Once it is opened, if you use Chrome - do the right click and chose something like "show source code". After that you will see your hub from the inside. Press Ctrl+F - to open the search console, and type "description". You will see that the summary you've entered is right there, inside the description tag.
When you write a summary, it lets the person looking at the article know if that is what they are wanting and helps them decide if they want to read it. I like the summaries and use them often. If you don't write the summary, it just shows a certain amount of the hub. The first part of the first paragraph may not help someone decide if they want to read it. In Haiku's, it will even go down and pull from the comments. It just looks more professional and neater when you use the summary.
Yes, summaries are very important. They give readers at a glance enough information to help see what the article is about. As well, the key words, when used in the summary, help boost the percentage within your article as a whole. Summaries are a good thing!
by Cathy Nerujen5 years ago
Anyone who has read my hubs - all romantic poems - and who is also a poetry writer. take some comfort from this. I have banished the ZZzzz from my hubs. How?I made sure they all now have summaries. Checking them...
by Janet Giessl4 years ago
I joined HubPages about 1 year ago and I have only written 13 hubs. Out of these 13 only 2 hubs are getting good traffic. That's why I deleted 11 hubs and left these 2 hubs on here. I'm not sure if I should go on with...
by Steve Andrews5 years ago
As I have found today! I was led to believe that hubs of 75 and over were worth holding on to but obviously not! I just had one with a score of 81 getting the zzs!
by avan9896 years ago
I been on a couple of days and pretty much all my traffic is from hubpages. I get a couple from digg but that is about it. How are people getting their traffic from google and other search engine?
by Shadaan Alam5 years ago
Hello all my fellow hubbers, hope you all are fine and enjoying your work!!This is my first forum topic and i hope i am able to explain myself well here- as to what i intend to ask you all.My question is: I read...
by Lizam15 years ago
Is it a good idea to delete hubs that are not getting traffic?
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