What does the A after my hub title mean?
When in the "my account" section, and looking at the list of all my hub titles, most have an A at the end of the title, whiles a very few don't. What is the A?
It means that you haven't submitted a summary of your hub. Sometimes it gets erased for some reason.
If the Hub title has an "A" after it, you haven't written a summary for it.
The "A" you are referring to means that you are missing a summary. Some of my hubs have a summary for them, and some don't. It's totally voluntary if you have one or not. Some folks feel that you get more traffic with a summary, but I'm not totally sold on that idea yet.
Take a look at the bottom of your accounts page, it describes what every possible symbol means. Happy Thanksgiving!!
It means that a summary is missing for you hub. I had an A after my hub for a number of months and I kept wondering why. If you go to my account at hub pages and then go to edit on each hub that has an A next to it.
Once you get to edit you need to add a summary or should I say write a summary. While in edit mode look on the right hand side of the hub and you will see a tab that says summary. Once you have written a summary for each of your hubs and then saved that summary all being well that A should disappear. I hope this helps.
It means summary is missing. All such symbols have been explained at bottom of My account page, in Hubs section.
It is not only 'A' that might appear, there are other signs that appear too. There is a guide at the bottom of 'My Account' page. I sometimes get the 'broken link' sign. So whenever in doubt look at the bottom of the page.
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