How do I keep the links to my sites as 'dofollow'? They keep changing back to 'nofollow'.
I assume I have to create hubs fairly often to preserve the do-follow property on the links-- does anyone know how often that has to be?
nofollow(anti-spam) is gifted to those hubbers who fail to maintain a hub author score of 75 and an individual hbscore of 45 or 55 ..look it up at the FAQs..include more capsules, use original content if you or not doing it already
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