I have been told that hubs under a rating of 75 won't be followed by google. If that is true, how do you get a hub over 75 since it has already been written?
Individuals hubs with a score of 40 or lower will have the "NoFollow" attribute on any outgoing links. It doesn't affect your hub -- just any links you have in it.
If your overall author score is less than 75, than all links in all hubs are marked "NoFollow." The scores do not in any way affect how Google sees or treats your hubs -- ever.
I just verified this. All of my hubs have dofollow links even the low ranking ones. I don't have any hubs below 40 (that must be really really bad like not even in English) so I am not sure about those, but it makes sense.
Thanks for clarifying, I had forgotten the exact numbers. Need to work on my author score.
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