I'm not sure if this has already been suggested in the past but I would love it if there was a way to set a featured image for my articles. Right now the only way to do this is by adding it to the top of your post.
I personally like to use larger images at the top of my articles that are formatted for Pinterest, since that's where I share and promote them the most. But these large Pinterest images do not always look good as a thumbnail. If you take a look at my profile you will see what I'm talking about.
It would be nice to be able to set a thumbnail image without having to display it at the top of the post.
by Eric Dockett 3 weeks ago
The last time editors went through PetHelpful, they replaced some of my top images with new images with text on them, apparently to attract more social media shares. That was fine and I thought the editor did a good job.Now, they are going through and removing those images, replacing them with...
by Marissa 4 weeks ago
Hi! Is there a way to make it possible to add Pinterest sized images to the backend of our articles? I know they take up too much space within the article itself, but it would be nice to add one somewhere to get more traffic. Pinterest prefers images that are at least a 2:3 proportion, and gives...
by Michael J Rapp 11 years ago
I realized today that when I post an article to Redgage or certain social media sites like FB it puts a thumbnail of the first image of my Hub next to my text. Of course I am very careful to attribute every picture used in my work, but how the heck do you attribute that, or do you even have...
by Krzysztof Willman 5 years ago
I'd like to know if the main image you use on your hubs affects either ranking or traffic. I know the thumbnail plays a huge role in YouTube videos but what about our hubs? Does it matter?
by LetterWriter 12 years ago
I want to write a HUB and it will discuss about a dozen online images. I want the reader to be able to see the images as I include them with my writing in my HUB article. I could try to get approval for all of them, but it's unlikely that will happen. What are my best options? To ask the reader to...
by Susannah Birch 9 years ago
I posted this a year or so ago, but I thought I'd repost for those who were interested in drawing Pinterest traffic. Using this method my highest pinned hub has around 43,000 pins, with my second highest being around 29,000. The rest of my hubs vary, depending on topic and Google traffic. I...
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