Hopefully I don't confuse anyone too badly
I know that we can visit someone's hub and share it with our tracker ID's using the share method below each hub. What I am wondering though is - when we use a "links capsule" within our hub and use it to showcase others related hubs is there any credit for traffic driven to those hubs through those links? Or must we use the share method to receive possible credit for any traffic our hubs direct to other hubs?
You can add your ID into the link itself.
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