On many writing sites, they give you the option to write a description of your site that will show up in the Google search link, or other links that you post. I have not seen that with Hubpages, and I have to put a description of the link every time I post it somewhere, like in the link capsule in a hub.
You'll locate the summary box, under settings, while in edit mode.
Thank you so much! I am going to go through all of my hubs tonight and add a summary. I hope it helps me with views
Trust me, it will, remember to use your main keywords in the summary box too.
It's an option. Google and other search engines, take about 100-150 words from your first couple of paragraphs.
Maybe you could alter your first couple of paragraphs and ensure that they are keyword rich.
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