How much impact does a "do follow" link have on your traffic?
I'm not entirely sure I understand the question entirely, so I'll do my best. If someone follows your hub, that means that when someone comments on it, they'll have it at the top of their home page or get a email on it. That means they can go back and add more comments onto your site.
If you follow someone else's hub, that means it will be on your homepage or email, but does not affect the traffic on your pages.
I hope this helps. If not, please clarify and hopefully someone will be able to answer your question.
A do follow link does provide benefits to your traffic through the additional link that will be recognized by the search engines. It then really depends on the page that your link happens to be on, is the content similar, does that page have a strong Page Rank, i.e. links pointing to it, etc. There is many different factors involved to determine which links are valuable in driving traffic to your site.
It doesnt hit it at all; however, I don't know if it has any effect
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How can you tell on hubpages or blogger,wordpress ect if when you leave a comment its do-follow or not.
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