When submitting a hub to a social bookmarking site, is it permissible to include the tracking token in the link? Would that make any difference anyway to help get more "referral" traffic?
Thanks Mark. Now a follow-up:
If I submit someone else's hub, can I also include my referral tracking code?
Not all social bookmarking sites like tracking codes. Some will ban you for doing it, so be careful.
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