How do I create a new user's link from my account?
If you are talking about the HubPages Affiliate and Referral Program for signing up new members than you should read http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/url- … e-program.
The link gives me a 404 server message which has been the same problem I have been running into all day. Thanks anyways.
you just want to add your referral tag to hubs on the sign up page, putting your referral ID preceded by an underscore '_' directly after hubpages.com.
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