Is there some sort of criteria for which ones they decide are which? I have links in some of my hubs to my websites and some are follow and some nofollow.
I wrote to the hubpages team for clarification but haven't received a response, I guess they are busy and might get back to me in time but I am confused by this
From what I've read here in the forums, hubs with a hubscore of 75 or higher will be "dofollow", others are "nofollow." I think other factors also come into play, like if your average hubscore falls too low, all your links become "nofollow" until the average is brought back up.
Although what I said may not hold true. I just checked out a couple of hubs rated lower than 75 and the links did not have the "nofollow" attribute.
For a hub to have dofollow links the hubber score (on your avatar) must be at least 75 AND the hub score on that particular hub must be above 40.
OK thanks jp I will check out the score of the hubs involved and see if there is some kind of correlation - rings a bell now you mention it...
Hmm, I checked to nofollow links, one had a hubscore of 71 and one of 79...
It is a good measure for filtering out low quality hubs, you get incentive that the more input you put in you will get a backlink out of it.
But who says that hub is low quality I've made unique content but seems it doesn't matter.
It takes time to have your score for a Hub to rise after it is first published.
But the biggest issue I see is it has to be written in English.
FYI to OP, you also aren't meant to report exact details of your earnings here (re: your profile).
by JohnKrantz 9 years ago
I see other hubs with 62 or 68 hub score.. mine is 72 and still, the outgoing links are nofollow. help, please:( I can't use hubpages as a backlink otherwise!
by Liam Hallam 3 years ago
After 6 months on the site i've started the really wonder how many backlinks is a reasonable number to any hub, and really to a hub becoming successful? Or is it simply a lottery.What kind of figures do other hubbers consider?
by shazwellyn 9 years ago
I was reading darkside's hub on hubscores.http://hubpages.com/hub/HubscoreIt states the following:Low HubScore ConsequencesWhen the Hubber score (AuthorScore) is below 75 all links in all hubs by the author will have nofollow applied (which means no, or very little benefit in search engine...
by College politico 11 years ago
How many views do most people get on their hubs?
by Susannah Birch 2 years ago
You can't. Just had to put that out there as I'm seeing newbies all over the forums going on about these topics lately.Serious money comes from getting views from Google NOT from having other hubbers visit your work. Some of the top hubbers on the site have separate accounts NO ONE knows about to...
by yellowbutterfly 15 months ago
Can someone tell me what is the 'hub score' please? It seems to have no relevance to the number of page views on my hubs.Thanks!yellowbutterfly
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