I just got my new account at Xobma. My first article is pending, however I noticed my links in my profile and the pending article are all nofollow.
Do all links stay nofollow, or do they turn them to do follow once you have made enough articles there?
they start dofollow and turn nofollow!
as a consolation, the articles and bytes do have a tendency to make front page for low comp terms - so you get an extra chance to gain a visitor in front page results
Yep, though personally I don't find them that good. The no follow is a real pain since it would be nice to add them to my network, and since you cant really make sales on there, they are not a good stopping point for my traffic flow.
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