My hyperlinks to my external website in the Text Capsule and Link Capsule are both NoFollow Links. But when I checked other people's Hubpages, many do get DoFollow links when they link to external websites. How do I get DoFollow backlinks for my website from my Hubpages?
I would appreciate if anyone can teach me how to make this work.
I think your author score has to be 75 for your links to be followed.
Try writing some more Hubs and commenting on other Hub to raise your score.
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