Can you tell me, in the referral trackers under referral views, where are those shown with regards to getting paid for those impressions. I have read that we get either 9% or 12% depending on if there were other affiliates already referring people to that particular hub .Does this number go into the daily earnings count? Or is this somewhere separate?
From my understanding and from the referrals I have done, the earnings simply slide into our daily earnings. I have found no record of the "amount" made from these earnings.
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