I clicked on url trackers and it states 0 hubsand 0 traffic to hubs.Yet under "traffic sources" it correctly shows 4 hubs and traffic from google.com, google.co.uk and googleca. I am perplexed. Can anyone shed some light please? I want to start producing far more hubs but I can't quite grasp how to do stuff correctly.
URL Trackers is for anyone who joined up using your 'tracker' - you can earn a percentage of revenue from your referrals.
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by Blogger Mom8 years ago
I'm just starting to figure out the URL tracking system. My question - is it better to assign URL trackers to individual hubs? Or by the location of the link? I can see the benefit of knowing how many...
by Laura Marie19 months ago
I was just wondering how successful people are with the Hubpages ad program and if anyone had managed to make payout in one day yet. I have yet to earn over $5 in one day from the ad program. How about everyone else?
by Cat3 years ago
I have read everything I can, mostly through HP, about referral trackers and how to set them up but I still am struggling with this. Is there a "Referral Tracker for Dummies". I have no previous knowledge of...
by Tony3 years ago
Having just started to look at webmaster tools this may be in the wrong section and it may be just my complete lack of understanding but;Google webmasters tools and the "index status" tab should return a graph...
by Tilecleaninghub6 years ago
Has anyone actually got any people to sign up for hubpages throught their url tracker and made them money. Be good to sit back and have some other people out there working for you.
by Dorsi Diaz7 years ago
I've had a few people sign up under my trackers when I send out emails of my hubs, but I was wondering what some of the rest of you have done as far as setting up a more unique way to have friends and family sign up...
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