I just head of do follow links on hubpage and was wondering what it is and how to check it.
Replies will appreciated. thanks in anticipation
If your HubberScore is over 75 and your hubs are over 40, the links will have nofollow lifted from them.
If an individual hub drops below 40, it'll have nofollow applied to that hub.
If your HubberScore drops below 75 all your hubs will have nofollow applied to them.
I read that when I first signed up and really wasnt sure how hard it would be to get such scores.
Well by day 2 I had my Hubberscore over 80 and felt quite good about myself.
Thanks Darkside. I have read many of your hubs which have helped me with what I thought would be growing pains but have turned out to be quite smooth for my first week here.
I'm confused. What the heck does nofollow mean? Does that mean your hub will not receive any hits? Or, does it mean that just can't have followers?
This confused me for a while. So in über girlie terms...
No follow means the links in your hub pointing elsewhere will be given little or no value by the google bots. People can still follow the links to get to your other sites but there is no long-term benefit other than traffic.
If your links are do follow google will think the site you are linking too is extra special as it has lovely do follow links pointing at it.
Traffic to your hubs, fans, followers etc are not affected by do or no follow links.
A very big thanks to you all for claring my confusion. And happy new year
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