Has anyone noticed that their summary is not what's appears when searched on Google?
On at least one of my hubs the summary for it is the beginning words of the actual article itself. I've searched a few others and they actually say what my summary says. I don't know if it's like that with all of my articles.
One of my articles that shows up in the IE search engine actually has one of the comments as the summary. How on earth did that happen?
Maybe it has to do with how old the article is? Maybe HP changed the criteria at a certain point (before summaries were introduced in HP)?
by Kenna McHugh30 hours ago
The summary field now has 300 characters available. It used to be 200 characters. Do you think writing more words in our summaries will improve our Hubs?
by Natalie Frank3 hours ago
I am from the days of the double space at the end of sentences and have never been able to break myself of the habit. I try to remember to go in and edit before publishing a new hub, manually deleting the extra...
by moonlake4 years ago
My Hubber score has stayed in one place for over a week. I have been on here a long time and I have never seen this. It usually moves up and down from day to day or from hour to hour. It's not moving at all.
by danielleantosz5 years ago
Has anyone noticed an increase in traffic after adding a "summary" ?I tried adding summary to a few of my most visited hubs and a few of my least visited hubs to see if there is any benefit from having...
by Rodric Johnson14 months ago
Has anyone ever noticed that some African Americans have pink gums and other have brown?Yes, it is a strange question. I noticed it in my kids and myself. I noticed that my gums are pink and some of my kids have brown...
by Cynthia Taggart4 years ago
Has anyone noticed what appears to be "spelling" errors in the "In the Spotlight" of their hubs?I noticed that those hubs I choose for the "In the Spotlight" of my profile show what appears...
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