My pages have indicated that my articles are missing summaries. Please can someone explain this please
I you go down to the bottom of your list of hubs and click on the missing summaries box you see this:
If you see this icon next to a Hub above, it means that this Hub does not have a Summary written for it. Although this is an optional step, writing a Summary will help give your Hub additional visibility with certain Web services and search engines. On HubPages, we will also use this summary in listings of Hubs, such as the Hot, Best, and Latest lists (for these listings, if you do not enter a summary, we auto-generate one for you)
To write a Summary for a Hub, edit the Hub, and look for the gray box to the right that says reorder tags settings summary group. Click on summary, and write your Summary into the text box.
The best summaries are descriptive and about 2-3 sentences long.
by WriteAngled6 years ago
I've just noticed little As in my hub list, indicating which ones do not have summaries. That is REALLY useful!Thank you HP Team!
by Mary Hyatt4 years ago
It is so tough for me to write a summary and keep it within the word limit. When you reach the limit, that's it....I see other summaries that are quite lengthy when I see other Hubs. Is there a "work...
by kmackey326 years ago
On my account I noticed a "A" after all my hubs. What is that all about? I have never sean it before.
by Loraine Brummer4 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...
by jfay20116 years ago
what does it mean when it says my hubs are missing summary? Don't figure that out.
by schoolgirlforreal6 years ago
I have 53 left out of 177!I never knew we were to write summaries!
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