I've recently joined and have a few people who have joined under me through my referral link. My questions are, is there a way to see who they are and what hub pages they have made, I'd love to see what they are doing.
Second question, I've just had someone sign up through the same referral link that I used before and its not showing that they joined, is there a delay time? or if they navigate away from the link you gave them to then go back to join do you lose the referral that way?
Thanks for reading.
At present, we only provide the number of signups and the number of hubs created for each tracker.
The affiliate tracker statistics are refreshed every 20 minutes, so there is some delay.
For purposes of user signup tracking your tracker will last for up to 30 days but it will only be protected from being replaced by another Hubber's tracker for the first 120 minutes.
It is possible that the person clicked your tracker, then came back a few hours later and clicked someone else's tracker before signing up. (Another possiblity is they cleared out their cookies, or switched browsers or computers after clicking but before signing up.)
There are some details at these links, for those that want to learn more about the HubPages affiliate program.
I am greatly confused about the referral links. Please show me what your referral link looks like. The referral link that you use to get others to join the HubPages official site, so that I can earn from there commissions.
In my past experiences with websites that offer a referral program, you are assigned a unique ID and they also display the entire referral link for you to right click on, copy and paste to save for your use. On HubPages you have to figure all of this out and it is a bit confusing, as they do not show a referral link with your unique ID.
Please send this info to: email@example.com
1. Sign in to your account
2. Navigate to the page you want to link to
3. Click on "link to this page" in the footer
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