I have noticed that next to my hubs there is a link to follow myself. When I click on it I naturally get a message that I can't follow myself. But I think the website should hide that link altogether: it makes no sense from a usability point of view to display a link that is pointless to click on.
If you notice you can't follow or contact yourself from your profile. I don't see how they could do it for every hub and still allow others to follow the hub. It does no harm.
I would imagine that would involve much tech work, I really don't know. I never even notice that area on my own hubs.
When I'm signed in, my profile does not show links for following or contacting myself.
by Amanda Littlejohn2 years ago
Hi folks. I'd like to make all the links in my hubs 'no-follow' - especially those referring to the sources of images, but I'm not sure how to do it or if that is actually the default. In the image edit box there's no...
by Dr. John Anderson11 months ago
"John Mueller said that external links, links on your web site that point to outside web sites (or outbound links) are not a ranking signal. Just to be clear, links are a ranking factor - but you linking out to...
by Marisa Wright5 years ago
If you don't have the Google Plus thing, then there is nothing that needs to be done at the moment presumably?I couldn't follow the video. Couldn't see what the guy was writing clearly, and couldn't understand the...
by Ru-an6 years ago
Ok ive read a lot about SEO of late, but havent found much about backlinking. Everyone says its important, but they dont really say where to get your backlinks. Is it even something you can control? Last i heard...
by SaiKit6 years ago
Hi I would like to have the option to put "no follow" link in my hubs. I don't want my competition to rank higher because of my link juice.ThanksSai Kit
by Night Crawler8 years ago
Was looking and noticed that all adult hubs have the No Follow tag in them. Didn't matter what the hub score was or the Hubbers over all score. Is this a error or is this a permanent thing? ...
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