My profile hub score is 73, my hubs score is 80 but the links that I put there are "nofollow".
I read on other discussions and online that you will get "dofollow" links once your score is above 70 which mine is.
Does anybody know what I need to do to get these "dofollow" links and if it is at all possible?
I'm not 100% sure. My lowest hubscore currently is a 70, the lowest 2 or 3 bounce between a 67 and 73, and all my links are dofollow. My best guess is the amount of hubs, but honestly I wouldn't put too much faith in that answer, since it is completely a guess.
You're almost there. The necessary hubber score (on your avatar picture) is 75, not 70. Hubs must be over 40 as well.
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