I'm a newbie here and I'm wondering how I can set my links in hubpages into dofollow links since the links I put there is nofollow links and I have no idea of how to change them into dofollow. Could anyone tell me how can I do that? Thank you:-)
Your AuthorScore (the HubScore number you see in the corner of your avatar) must be 75 or higher for your links to become "dofollow." This is an automated part of the HubPages system.
Scores lower than that are considered by HubPages to not be of sufficient quality.
As I understand it you need to have a decent author score. With a low author score you lack the authority for your links to be dofollow.
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