Every article we write has a brief summary section at the beginning. I have noticed that when I read my own articles, that summary is not visible. Am I doing something wrong? Thanks!
That summary is what shows up on your profile page and in the search results. It basically serves as an ad to your article.
by lemonkerdz 5 years ago
Anyone noticed Hubs changes & limited summary characters permitted?Looks like Hub pages has made some more changes and now have reduced the amount of letters you can use in the summary of your hubs. is this good or bad?
by Loraine Brummer 18 months ago
Which is the most important for search engine searches: the Hub summary or the first paragraph of the Hub? I thought the summary was most important, but I notice that sometimes searches show the first sentences in the hub. Are both equally important?
by 1review 10 years ago
Is there something wrong with Hub pages? I'm trying to make a hub and when I enter text the words just continuously stay on the same line ALL the way across the page until I have to use the slide bar..I'm new here...maybe I'm doing something wrong? Anyone..would surly appreciate any help thanks
by meloncauli 6 years ago
Can anyone advise me please? I thought the whole idea of writing a summary and adding tag words was to get the right kind of ads appearing on your page. I write on a specific subject, write the summary with obviously related content and the tags and I get adverts for anything and everything coming...
by Investor Dean 8 years ago
Hi all. I noticed that my Tag words have a red cross next to them and are not encased in a grey box like other hubs here. Am I doing something wrong?ThanksDean
by Karan Karjivkar 8 months ago
Hi,Is it necessary to add summary in your article.I don't mind to write summary but there are only 140-170 characters you can add which are very less.I never seen any summary in other's articles.Are they visible in articles or there are just tags.Please explain, I am little confused about...
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