I shut off my HP ads yesterday, but I just thought about since I did so, would that effect my tracker that I have been using to have new people sing up on HP.
Shouldn't make any difference. Shutting off HPads merely tells HP to leave the ad space on your hubs open to whatever adsense wants to put there. To quit putting their own ads and give it to adsense.
That's right- it won't affect anything with regard to referrals.
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