I fell below a 75 author hubscore and read that my links became nofollow. I just rose back up over 75 and am wondering how long before the links become dofollow.
Right click on a hub, click on view source, do a CTRL+F and type in follow.
If you don't get any rel=dofollow's in there, they're back to normal.
I would have though they became dofollow the moment your hubberscore reached the desired level.
Were you experiencing a time delay?
yes total hub score depends.
follow me i follow back!
And what would be the point of that?
Following someone doesn't make you money. You should only follow people who interest you. It's basically saying you're a fan of their work.
I read your one hub, and you need to brush up on your English before using spinning software, sorry.
So is it my personal hubber score (the one in the corner of my avatar) or the individual hub scores that need to be 75 or above? My hubber score stays fairly high (I don't know why) but most of my hubs are in the 60s and 70s (I'm assuming from low readership -- I barely get any page views).
Good question. I was wondering about this myself. So, according to IzzyM, it sounds like the nofollow attribute kicks in the moment your hubber score hits 74?
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