I have another accomplishment to share.. I've been blogging as well and posting links in various places with my tracker inside the link. I wanted to see how the tracker worked and I finally start receiving traffic to my hubs and I have 2 signups.. That is quite an accomplishment for me!!
Kudos to you, I keep telling myself I'll spend some time and try and get some signups, but I've never never really marketed my tracker links towards it.
How do you "track" to your page? For example, when you create a unique URL, I see where you put that in for a hub, but how do you put a track URL link to your home page or the signup page?
by Cat3 years ago
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by Rochelle Frank6 years ago
Can I find out who it is?
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