where it says
traffic hub views--signups--hubs--hub traffic
what do traffic hub views and hub traffic stand for.
I understand that signups are how many ppl signed up from your affiliate link and I get that hubs is the amount of hubs people you have as affiliate have made.
alright thanks, so what is the section that just says
traffic hub views = the traffic that you've sent via those trackers
hub traffic = the traffic that your referrals (sign ups) have got to their hubs
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