How to I fix this? Do I have to delete the hub and move the content or is there a way to have the nofollow removed?
I see that I am the only one being targeted with this, as all of the other hubs I've seen have dofollow links.
What do I need to do to have my links be dofollow?
Is HubPages a lost cause? Should I abandon the site and move the content to a site that doesn't hoard? Please advise.
This link explains why the links on some hubs are nofollow - it's in the section on ranking.
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/4-1- … d-rankings
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