Why have some Hubs a longer summary on HP?
Compare the length of the current HotD (an amazing good Hub) with the length you can add in your own summary box. I don't understand the reason of this discrimination.
I don't have a definitive answer... BUT, what I've found is that my older articles that I wrote a summary for had a higher character limit than they do today. Given that, I would use any bit of marketable meta data words within the description to use for my hub.
As for my older hubs, if they already have that longer description, I won't touch it.
I know that answer. I noticed that some of my old hubs over three years old still have long summary but i didn't change them. Now new hubs have limited words
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