Is there a way to actually know which writers we referred to the HubPages or do we just get a number count?
Go to the URL trackers on your account page, then click on the tracking token that shows a sign up number. That will take you to a screen that lists the HP name of your sign ups.
by kerryg7 years ago
I've read the FAQ, darkside's hubs, and several forum threads and didn't see an answer to this.If somebody lands on one of my hubs via a Google search, for example, and thinks "WTF is this cr*p? I could do...
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 beta10708 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 paradigmsearch2 years ago
Hubbers need to know if their account is a full-value account worth the full 40% income value to HP. Or if their account is a referred account that is only worth the partial 30% value to HP. Knowing one's value to HP is...
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...
by Jo_Goldsmith113 years ago
I have at least 5 referral trackers for those who wish to sign up.I have a total of 25 sign ups. This is good. However, those who have signed up are not blogging, or there is no traffic. Are these people ghosts?What is...
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