How do i remove the No Follow from my content link inside my article?
Is there a way to add any links that get counted for seo purposes to my website from my published article?
Yes, you have to attain an authorscore greater than 75, then all your links become dofollow.
I have seen mention that the individual hub needs to also be a 50 or higher, but I am not sure about that...
But if you keep your hubscore over 50 and your authorscore over 75 then all's good.
Nofollows are removed once you establish trust with HubPages. You can do this by participating positively on HubPages and creating high quality original hubs.
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