No Follow Below 85
I know that your links become "nofollow" after your score drops below 85, but does that make a significant change to anyones earnings? I have been hovering at 84 for weeks and try as I might, I cant get over 85, and I am just wondering if its worth all the effort I am putting in to get my score over 85
I am going to answer your question with another question because I'm confused. What does "nofollow" mean? Sorry; new here. *waves sheepishly* Sorry I'm not actually answering your question. Hopefully there will be someone who knows better than I!
When your hubs are below 85 or your hub-score? Never heard of this before
If you are talking about not following another hubber who's score is less than 85 then it's anyone's loss who does such a thing. That score is an obsolete rating and the hub page staff that's left needs to do away with this type of garbage. We are losing hubbers everyday on the hub pages and this score isn't helping one little bit.
I'm not a newbie and am confused. I have a ton of hubs with a score under 85 that get tons of views from Google. It would be my confused opinion that if they are nofollow when under 85 I wouldn't have a hub with a score of getting hundreds of Google views a week. Now if you are talking hubber score instead of hub score, I would also be confused because I get thousands of views a week and my score was 84 until yesterday. It just seems if I was nofollow that wouldn't happen. Maybe someone more knowledgeable can step in and clear this up for all of us.
Kathleen - Your Hubber Score is 98 right now, so you are fine for dofollow links. It's the Hubber Score and not the individual Hub Score that, when lowered below 85, is the problem - Or did your Hubber Score just rise from 84 to 98 quickly? Just for reference, from another thread:
"A HubberScore below 85 means that your links will be nofollow.
Thank you Patty! I have seen so many posts about profile score vs hubber score vs average hub score and honestly it still baffled me because everyone was saying different things. Now I finally get it! Thank you!
by Paul Maplesden 3 years ago
One of the advantages of having an overall hubber score of 75 or above is that we get 'Dofollow' links on our hubs, which are considered more valuable by Google when deciding search results.My question is, if my hubber score temporarily falls below 75, do we lose those dofollow links? (In other...
by SpaceShanty 4 years ago
Another Hubber mentioned this in a forum reply, can someone please give me more info. Does a Low Hubber Score Directly Affect Your Links making them 'NoFollow'?
by Person of Interest 4 years ago
My current score is 87.Watch it happen here.How? I shall minor edit hubs until it happens.Stay tuned.
by Person of Interest 5 years ago
Just an fyi for someone I noticed (and who will remain nameless). And for any other newer folks who didn't know.
by Chuck Bluestein 4 years ago
Earlier I posted that people should go and make links going to other sites that do not belong to you nofollow. Then someone mentioned that if your hubber score is less than 85 then "every link" will be nofollow. But this is not what HubPages says. HubPages says:"If your HubberScore...
by Cat 5 years ago
...Feel like you've been stripped of your clothes and thrown into the middle of a busy intersection?
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