I just read some information on the internet (not on Hubpages.com) that said if you link back to your own site(s) in every hub, your links will one day be made "nofollow." Can we get some discussion about this? Does anyone have an official word about this?
Your links will be made "no follow" if the score of the Hub itself falls below 50, or your personal score falls below 75.
A pattern of linking to one domain across most of your Hubs will trigger a rapid slide of your personal score to below 75.
HubPages don't explain EXACTLY what proportion of your Hubs makes it "too many", so as a rule of thumb I suggest you produce two unrelated Hubs for every one that points to your money site.
Thanks for the information. I really hadn't thought of this, now I know to be careful.
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