I know many fellow writers that I feel would be honored to write on hubpages. However I do not know how to impliment my trackers as a refferal to them in emails can ANYONE help me by giving me an example and also telling me how to do it?? Saying Thank You in advance for your help.
You can send people via a tracker to one of your articles (or even to someone elses article) and if they sign up you get credited for it.
Or you can send them straight to the sign up page.
I have a hub on How Tracking Works that shows you how to create a tracker and how to use it.
by Isaac Yaw Asiedu Nunoofio2 days ago
I want to know where I can find the feed url and referral tracker. I have not been able to locate it since the layout of the website was changed.
by Anita Hasch3 months ago
Hi, I referred a new hubber to hubpages. I opened a new tracking code on my site and added her pen name. She did not sign in with my tracker as I thought I had already linked her when I opened the tracking code with her...
by Baylainmom6 years ago
I just don't get it. I have looked at the video so many times I am blue in the face. Where do you put the code exactly?? Help please!
by ramesh10 years ago
paul,yesterday i tried to signup one more account as a referral under my current account by using my new url tracker as http://hubpages.com/_Babesbut after the signup it was n't credited as a referral under my...
by beta10709 years ago
Like referrals.1. Why insert an _referralcode into the URL. Couldn't you come up with a dynamic insertion solution? If an insertion was required, what's wrong with appending it at the end of the URL as in ?referrer=xyz?...
by Andrew Orrell6 years ago
So yesterday I decided to try and get my head round URL trackers. I must say there are some very helpful Hubs out there are also some good forum topics on the subject. I think I've pretty much got most of it...
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