Hi, could someone please clarify (as I cannot find where I read it previously, whether it is a Hub Score of less than 75(?) or a Hubbers score of less than 75(?) that makes the links in a hub no-follow? Thanks.
I think that a writer score below 75 and individual hub score below 40 combines to make you links no follow.
Keep your hubber score above 75 to get a do-follow link, as to hub score I keep seeing people make comment to it but I have not seen it in writing anywhere...
What are you worried about, lol
Your hubber score is 96... just noticed...
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by Paul Maplesden2 years ago
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by Chuck Bluestein3 years ago
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