I can promise to contribute positively in a blog based on e-commerce and/or marketing.
It seems most blogs that are said to be dofollow are actually nofollow and I know this because Ive installed a little rel link checker.
Are you talking about your hubpages account being no-follow? Well, until you have a profile score of 75+ it's going to stay that way. I don't think anyone would agree to publish articles on your behalf. So, just get your score up, not a big deal.
My blog comments section is for people who want to comment on my blog. So even if it was do follow I would not advertise that fact to people who are mainly after backlinks.
I delete every single comment that contains a link - whether it is on HP or blogs. Every one. It doesn't matter if I know the commenter or not - no links. Ever.
Follow me on facebook and you'll find my blogs - all are dofollow
by Paul Maplesden19 months ago
One of the advantages of having an overall hubber score of 75 or above is that we get 'Dofollow' links on our hubs, which are considered more valuable by Google when deciding search results.My question is, if my hubber...
by webgain5 years ago
I have just published 10 hub from my account. And i have seen dofollow outbond links in my all hubs but for a while. When my hub pages become dofollow?
by Herman Antonov3 years ago
I did some research to try to figure out why my hub has nofollow links? My profile hub score is 73 and my hubs score is above 80. I read that you need to get your score above 70 to have dofollow linksDoes anybody know...
by Wesman Todd Shaw5 years ago
On the Info Barrel forum someone stated that Google gives a "hell to the no," regarding it's classification or purported prejudices concerning nodofollow vs dofollow. . . .folks are saying,"werd up,...
by tamron4 years ago
How can you tell on hubpages or blogger,wordpress ect if when you leave a comment its do-follow or not.
by bruzzbuzz4 years ago
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.
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