In a newly published hub. when one shares links to other hubbers' hubs from the suggest links tool located at the top of the hub, is the referral tracker of the one who shares this link, incorporated in the said shared link.
Also does this sharing benefit the hubber who shares the link?
No and no.
It's simply a way for Hubpages to make the internal linking structure of the site stronger.
I personally avoid the tool - basically it's giving free traffic to other hubs instead of having them visit your own pages or adverts.
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