If the HubScore is over 40 and your HubberScore is over 75 they are followed links.
To dig deeper you need to look at the source code.
This question reminded me to go look up 'follow' and 'nofollow' linking. I was relieved to see it didn't mean what I thought it did. I thought if you didn't have a high enough score, nobody could click on your link and it wouldn't show up right on others' computers.
can anybody tell me what is follow and nofollow links ......
it gets an annoying but a handy tool for seeing nofollow/dofollow links is called SEO for firefox - it will highlight all dofollows in red
you do have to register and will get some emails and upsells from the creator, but there are some handy tools and references there, so its worthwhile
nofollow/dofollow originally refer to whether a link passes google juice or not - for basic purposes just consider dofollow a backlink for google (the other engines give little or no preference to the code)
http://hubpages.com/hub/Post-Hub-Pages- … ng-Lexicon
A no follow link tells searches engines that the link should not be influenced in the site ranking. If you post a no follow link on a high pagerank site, it won't make your pagerank higher.
The Firefox SearchStatus plugin is also free, and I don't think you even need to register it, and it will highlight nofollow links as well.
the nofollow highlighting is a bit of a novelty - the real meat of the add-on is the ability to see detailed stats in your search results including PR, yahoo position, number of pagelinks, domain age ...the list goes on
by Lily Rose 8 years ago
When you comment on a website or blog and place a link to a hub in it, how can you tell if it is a do- or no-follow link?I've been doing a lot of this recently and got to thinking that I have no idea if it's even do-follow, so it may not even be helping me in the SERPS...Thanks!
by Rosa Marchisella 5 years ago
I am having some technical issues. I will try to be as specific as possible ...----My System Configuration:Mac OSX 10.5.8Safari 5.0.6 - Note: This is my default browser of choice.FireFox 16.0.2Flash Player 10.3.183.86 - Note: This is the highest version my OS will support.----Issue #1: Can't...
by doban 7 years ago
I was using "nodofollow" (a google add-on for Firefox). I does not work with the new 4.1.0 version though and I can't find an add-on that does. The "nodofollow" add-on would highlight any links on a page what were no follow in one color and do follow in another color...
by mse 9 years ago
I finally reached 75 on my profile. My links still show as no follow. Is it all links that should turn to do follow, including past ones? HOw long does it take for them to turn to do follow?
by Wesman Todd Shaw 7 years ago
It's almost embarrassing to me; but I have no idea how to know what backlinks are DoFollow, and No Follow. Someone please simplify this for me, and tell me how I can know the difference.I can research things and write fairly well, sometimes I can make a nice, pretty hub; but this internet...
by Kmadhav 5 years ago
In my Hubs all links are Do-follow but when I started this community all links are no-follow.Can anyone tells me how Hub pages decides Do-follow and no-follow links in hubs ?
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