To get DO-follow on your hub pageis it your hubscore or author score that has to be above 75?
I have read several article in differnt places and I am getting two different answers concerning do-follow links on a hub page. I have heard that your hubxcore for your hub page has to be at least a score of 75 and then I have heard that is incorrect... that it is your author score that needs to be above 75. Can someobdy clarify this for me? Thanks
I have noticed simple tactics that can keep your score high above the 90's so I decided to hub about them
http://hubpages.com/hub/Secrets-To-A-Hi … thor-Score
If your AuthorScore (the HubScore shown in the corner of your avatar) is below 75, then all of the outgoing links on all of your Hubs become nofollow.
If your AuthorScore is above 75, but an individual Hub falls below 40, then that Hub alone will become a 'nofollow" Hub.
The threshold of rank 75 seems to be true, but this is only nofollow for Google. Yahoo do not have a no follow status. So all your hubs can still be followed on yahoo. This applies to some other search engines too. Watch out for search engines that are powered by Google, however, as some of them are. Submit your links and hubs to Yahoo. It will take some weeks for Yahoo to index your pages, so the change won't happen fast. Set up a Facebook or myspace account and put backlinks in them that link back to your hub pages.
Best of luck.
you need to have good score both ways..as others said 75 is just above the minimum requirement to get do follow how ever if your hub seems to rank a lot more higher , near 100 there is a chance of covering up your do follow requirement..thanks
http://hubpages.com/hub/Traffic-For-Web … ll-Secrets
Is there a way then that you can verify if your hub is a do not follow? I don't know how to check this. Thanks
Your profile score must be above a 75. This also means the links on your profile page will become DOfollow.
Individual Hubs, must stay above a 40 to maintain the Dofollow.
Hope this helps
I do have to say that there seems like there is a buffer zone. I have seen my links as dofollow when my score had gone down from above 75 to 73. I am not sure if this is just a timing issue, or if it allows you some leeway after you have been above 75.
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