I finally reached 75 on my profile. My links still show as no follow. Is it all links that should turn to do follow, including past ones? HOw long does it take for them to turn to do follow?
I just looked at one of your hubs and your link is do follow now.
what is do follow link and how do you find it on your hub?
A do follow link adds more value to your webpage, in Google's eyes. It is like SEO, but an off-page factor. I have this nifty little plug in in my firefox, which when activated will highlight no-follow (the converse of do follow) links. Google SEo for firefox.
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