I am confused with the whole nofollow-dofollow thing... Can someone explain it to me?
I see a lot about links being dofollow and nofollow... I want to increse PR and have my some of my hubs appear on the first page of Google... I am also new to Hubpages. So can someone help me.
Say you post a link to your hub in a comment box on a blog. If the blog host has set it up so that the links can be followed by search engines then your hub will get credited with a backlink - basically the search engine will see it as a yes vote to your hub. This is a Dofollow link and is worthwhile.
If the blog is set up so that links are no follow this instructs the search engine bot not to follow the link to your hub, so your hub doesn't get a yes vote. It doesn't get a vote at all from nofollow links, so is worthless in terms of link building.
Based on the discussion here:
Indiv hub score above 40
Hubber score above 75
Changes links to dofollow
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