If Google has used the beginning of articles as summaries should writer adjust in future articles?
Since new profile page. Google has done this on my new hubs. I wonder if the changes on site have caused problems.
If you write a summary, which you can do on the lower right of the Edit page, the first 150 characters should show up as the summary under Google search. If you have an example of this not happening, best to report it in the Forum for bugs.
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