I think I understand tracking and I have created a couple of tracker codes and I understand that if you link to hubs using these tracker codes then you will gain referral benefits.
However, if someone comes to your hub via a search engine or say Digg, and subsequently joins up, is there any way of including your tracker code?
In other words, am I missing a trick here or not?
Remember, there are lots of sites and boards that forbid the embedding of tracking codes and such behavior can get you kicked off for doing so.
Search engine traffic to your pages can't be redirected via a traffic code.
You get credit for cases where YOUR actions being people to the site, but not for Acts of Google.
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