I don't write hub summaries as I find it useless. Nevertheless, a brief introduction about your main topic is good enough. Try to include words that can encourage online users to browse through your hub.
I write summary by introducing the contents of my hub that will attract viewers to read them. Short, straight to the point and precise. Useful when comes to backlinks.
by whooops8 years ago
Hello everyone, I am new obviously & this is my first time here at the Hubber's Hangout so please be gentle with me.Anyway, I have this nagging question inside my head which I really wanted to ask but I couldn't...
by Pam Irie3 years ago
Yesterday, I edited 11 transferred lenses. Editing "box" in upper right hand corner of hub suggested I write a summary which I did. However, upon clicking "DONE EDITING", when you view the hub there...
by Jamie Brock2 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...
by Kate Swanson6 years ago
I'm wondering if there's any way the "summary" button can be made more obvious when editing a Hub. Once upon a time, the summary was calculated automatically but now, it's not. Having no summary...
by schoolgirlforreal6 years ago
I have 53 left out of 177!I never knew we were to write summaries!
by CCahill5 years ago
Have People Found Greater Success With Automatically Generated Hub Summaries or Manually Writen OnesI have a lot of 'A' symbols next to my articles in my Account overview, this is because I haven't done a Summary for...
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