Good Evening Everyone!
I have a quick question. Let's say I have a tracker that i'm using. Does google see this tracker URL as a link to my page or not? What about other search engines. I think you can make a redirect in the .htaccess file for a website that would let use benefit from the link. Anyone know if hubpages is doing this?
I've wondered myself - I'd like to hear the answer from HP on this one!
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