what's the meaning of the points that appear on everyone's profile? at the moment mine is 72 and my hubpage is 70. Please help I don't understand what the meaning is. Thanks
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Here are some Hubs by Darkside to read, so you can better understand the numbers.
However, to make it short and sweet(the hubs above explain in more detail), the number on your profile is a "hubberscore" or in other words an "authorscore". The numbers on your hubs are hubscores.
As long as your hubscore is above 40 and your authorscore is above 75, then all the links are "dofollow"(seo term), instead of being "nofollow"(seo term).
I hope that helps.
HubScores are explained in the Frequently Asked Questions list, which you get to from the link that says "help" at the top right corner:
I see your question's been answered, but I wanted to offer yet another welcome to HP !
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