Does having other affilite links on Hubpages cause nofollow?
Not directly, but linking to low quality affiliate sites will hurt your HubScore and a low HubScore will result in links becoming nofollow. In general, it's best to link to high quality sites and this includes affiliate sites.
by JohnKrantz 9 years ago
I see other hubs with 62 or 68 hub score.. mine is 72 and still, the outgoing links are nofollow. help, please:( I can't use hubpages as a backlink otherwise!
by Marian L 6 years ago
Is there some sort of criteria for which ones they decide are which? I have links in some of my hubs to my websites and some are follow and some nofollow.I wrote to the hubpages team for clarification but haven't received a response, I guess they are busy and might get back to me in time but I am...
by shazwellyn 9 years ago
I was reading darkside's hub on hubscores.http://hubpages.com/hub/HubscoreIt states the following:Low HubScore ConsequencesWhen the Hubber score (AuthorScore) is below 75 all links in all hubs by the author will have nofollow applied (which means no, or very little benefit in search engine...
by bobo70 5 years ago
Why is my Hub still having nofollow in the links. The Hub has 75 hubscore nowLink remain noFollow on my hub despit getting hubscore of 75 in my hub titled"5 essential accessories you need when you go camping". Any suggestions please
by Mark Brenner 5 years ago
Hey guys! I am very new to this site. I was wondering - My personal hubscore was 23 back when I wrote my first Hubpage. The next day I wrote another and noticed my score had dropped to 11. Today it's dropped to 2.What am I doing wrong that dropping my score?Thanks for the help!
by Csanad 8 years ago
I have read that some bloggers disable their comments. This way other bloggers who want to discuss will have to write a separate article on that blogpost on their on blogs, so they have to link back to the original blog. This means more incomig links, hence higher SEPR, which in turn increases...
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