Please can someone give me a little help. I've finally got round to setting up a URL tracker on my profile page, to hopefully get signups through my tracker. However i think I have done it wrong.
I created a new tracker, then used the URL http://hubpages.com/MYTRACKER/user/new/
I thought this was right, but when I logged out and clicked my link to see if it would work it took me to a page that said 'page does not exist'. Can someone tell me what I'm doing wrong.
There should be an underline before MYTRACKER,
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