I just started with a Hub pages and I did read about affiliate program . I have a big list on the face book that I would like to invite them to join Hub pages under my affiliate .
What is most effective Way to do it ??
plz help .
Reading this at help will help you!
How does the Traffic Referral program work?
You can drive traffic from oustide of HubPages to the Hubs of other Hubbers and receive a percentage of the overall impressions. The traffic referral program works the following way:
We start with Unique Trackers
Every HubPages account has its own default referral tracker – referred to as a Unique Tracker. You can create additional referral trackers as you organize your link campaigns. These are personalized codes that only work for you.
Use the Unique Tracker to link to someone’s Hub.
Before you can link, you must be signed in to HubPages. Then, when you’re at the Hub you want to link to, look at the bottom of the page (or click the gray Share button). There will be two boxes marked “link to this page” and “email to friends”. You can click on these links and choose the Unique Tracker you want to insert in the email, URL or HTML code we will generate for you. From that point, you can either send the mail, or cut and paste the URL link or HTML code and place it wherever you’d like outside of HubPages.
The Traffic Referrals is guaranteed to be yours for 120 minutes.
If someone clicks on your link to a specific Hub, you are entitled to the traffic referral impressions for 120 minutes. We set this limit because there may be multiple Hubbers referring people to a particular Hub. No other tracker can replace yours during that 120 minute period. This is called the ‘first dibs’ rule.
this is all you need to know Angel Davitkov.sofs has been very kind once again.
You can get all these information in hubpages learning center and FAQ section as well.
I believe this type of referral (to hubs) is a bit different from what the OP asked about (sign-ups).
hmmm, in this case a write good short overview of hubpages and mention how it helps residual income and post it in your wall to encourage people joining in hubpages.Add your unique referral tacker in the post to redirect them to hubpages.If anyone joins then and starts earning you will get your share.
I hope it works.
Sign-up referral trackers are valid for 30 days. I believe this is relevant for the Original Poster's needs.
It goes like this:
Simply replace "xyz" with your own referral tracker.
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