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 links
Does anybody know how all that works?
It is easy to raise your score, and at 73 you are very close. Post a bit more in the forums or leave a comment or two on a few hubs that you've read and liked, and your score will likely go up quickly.
I'm not sure either.
My friend has a hub on here that has a dofollow link, but it's his only hub, so I would've thought his overall score would be low, too low for dofollow links.
I only have one hub so far, but intend to add a few more, so it might not be a problem long term.
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