An Introduction To HubPage Referrals
What is a HubPage referral?
A referral is either:a) Being a HubPage Author and referring a visitor to sign up to HubPages to become an author. Or,b) Referring traffic to another HubPage Authors hub.
How does it benefit you?
a) If someone signs up for a HubPages account via your referral link, you get 10% of their pageviews for the life of their hubs.b) When you refer other peoples Hubs you get a cut of the pageviews. 9% if they have been referred to HubPages by another Author. 12% if there is no prior referral involved.
How does it benefit the referred person?
a) If someone signs up to HubPages through one of your referral links they don't get less page impressions. It always stays at 60%. The reward to the referrer is taken from HubPages Inc's share of the page impressions. So the obvious benefit for the referred is they got to learn about HubPages!b) Again the 9% or 12% that the referrer is getting is taken from HubPages Inc's share of the pageviews. And the benefit to the referred Author is that they get traffic that they otherwise would never have got. It certainly gives those with the talent and expertise in traffic generation and web promotion extra incentive to tap into their traffic streams and share it with others.However you don't need to explain this to anyone. You'll just waste time and maybe even confuse matters if you repeat this information.
How do you do it?
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