Hello, It takes 2 - 3 days for search engines to pick up a new hub, it is hard to get a new hub listed in Google when it is hit with a nofollow tag before it can get listed and start receiving some traffic.
I wish you would allow new hubs a grace period or something. Once they fall below 40 they never get picked up by search engines.
Hey Jetman, I think your hubs may have been noindexed,nofollowed because of the topics and not necessarily the score. I know someone (Paul?) from Hubpages said previously that topics prone to abuse get those tags automatically -- and the ipod download page is one of them. Not sure about the coupons pages.
You might want to write some hubs on less saturated topics with a lot more content and see how those go.
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