Is the 'nofollow' based on hubscore (hubs) or hubberscore (main page)?
Is the 'nofollow' condition based on your hubscore (your hubs) or your hubberscore (the one on your main page)? My main score is normally in the 70s but the hubs vary from 80 to 50. Could someone pls explain about this? Is it 75 or 85? Thanks.
It has changed a few times. Read #22 on the FAQ http://hubpages.com/faq/ . Nofollow links when:
Your HubberScore is below 85
A Hub has a HubScore below 40
Thanks for that. But if you are under nofollow, what does it really mean? Because most of the links inside my hubs are to my other hubs. So does it affect that in anyway? I don't link to anything outside hubpages (except amazon dvd links). Help pls.
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