Go to open site explorer and put in your profile link:
It should give you a spam rating out of 17.
You are OK as long as your score is under 5.
For an explanation of what each flag element is, see the following article:
http://moz.com/blog/spam-score-mozs-new … ation-risk
Everyone on hubpages will get flagged for a few such as "brand mentions" and "contact info", so ignore the rating if it is under 5. It's when it's over 5 that you are probably doing stuff that you shouldn't be.
Very interesting link. I checked and I am OK since it is under 5.
I just looked at that, and I am under 5 overall, but one of the individual links is at 5 and another at 4.
Since it says they are "inbound links," and I don't even recognize the sites named, I have no clue what that is about.
This is a great link; I bookmarked it so I can use it again when I'm more established. Thanks for sharing it with us!
Well all my sites stand at around 1 to 2. So all is good!
Domain authority is 88/100 but do not really know what this means.
I got a 3. My domain authority was also 88/100, if only I knew what it means. Nice tool.
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