There are severally simple different ways to tell if you hub is nofollow the easiest is View the page source in your web browser. By right clicking and viewing page source in Firefox you can check the HTML of the link to see if it has rel="nofollow" than its nofollow.
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From what I've learned here so far, nofollow is attached to your authorscore, which when it goes over 75 then you links become dofollow.
That is, if I am remembering correctly.
Sorry I couldn't be much more helpful.
by Tylerdurden6 years ago
Dear Hubpages,I would appreciate being allowed to add a "nofollow" attribute to my links. The problem is big for people like me. I'm afraid of getting a 75 score to have all of my links follow.Thanks.
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by tamron5 years ago
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by Wesman Todd Shaw6 years ago
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by Wesman Todd Shaw5 years ago
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by easyspeak7 years ago
so is reddit, xomba and slashdot. anybody know of any good dofollow sites?There's one hub I really need some dofollow links and can't seem to get google to find any.
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