OK- just so we are clear, because I have read many different forum posts regarding this but they contradict one another.
Does anyone know what a specific Hub score range is/should be? I have Hubs from 50-90? When do you need to worry? When does it become a no-follow or will adsense not avertise if at a certain score?
Now asked 101 times.
If an individual hub dips to 40 or below, links in that hub become NoFollow. If an overall Author Score dips below either 70 or 75 (not sure which), ALL links in all hubs become NoFollow.
The scores do not affect AdSense--just any links you may have in your hubs. Outside of that, they are pretty meaningless unless they're very high, in which case you stand a better chance of getting more internal links/exposure.
"101 times" lol
I think the hubber score is 70. Read somewhere in the help topic, but unable to find the link now.
It's 75. Here's the link
http://learningcenter.hubpages.com/4-1- … -rankings/
Irohner is correct. Just stay at 40 or above for individual hubs, 75 or above for author score, and your links will be do-follow.
I supposed the OP should be answered 101 times. Here's my vote. YEP!
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