This is a huge problem. Why is the nofollow attribute in all my hub's links?
Can this be fixed? If not, I will have to delete my hub and move the content elsewhere.
Please advise as to what can be done about this and/or how to get nofollow removed.
I don't know a lot about this, but I know it takes a while before your scores start going up. (You have just been here a few days). And I know you have to reach a hubber score of 75 before your links are follow. We have all been there.
Now I see that you have "0" hubs-- have you removed them, or have they been unpublished?
Patience, time and quality hubs will get you to the top. Keep trying
You have a low hubscore, which is easy to fix. This makes the links no follow.
Which is moot, I guess, as you now have no hubs?
This has happened me too just recently when I went with the sub domain. All my hubs had followers, tweets and facebook followers. I read that you would lose the tweet and face book numbers but the unfollow thing I don't understand. I have now got unfollow numbers instead of follow. Perhaps it's just something silly, but I'd appreciate a answer. Tanx in advance to any helpers
I would suggest asking in the new thread, as the reason in your case must be quite different than for OP.
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