What are your thoughts on Excited vs. Professional article summaries?
Here's a nitpicky topic: should Hubbers sound more "excited" in their summaries by punctuating with an exclamation mark, or more "professional" with periods? It may depend on the Hub being written, but we're talking in general.
Ha ha.. I actually kinda looked through my articles after reading your thread.
I have mostly used periods. I think using one exclamation mark will be a good idea!
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