Could someone tell me, step by step, how to refer new authors. How do I form the link to send?
I understand it has something to do with my URL tracker code, but how to do it is not clear. My code is 3po5oc6pkflhr
Here is the text but it does not tell me how to do it:
You can also make money from the Hub Pages website by referring new authors, or page creators, to the website. If you refer someone to the Hub Pages site, you can earn around 10% of any of their earnings. So if you can refer people to the Hub Pages site who are experts on certain subjects, or are talented at writing exciting, interesting content, you will be able to make money from their own earnings.
At the bottom of any HP page is a tab called affiliates. Click on that and it will take you through the process.
Thanks Susana, your answer helped a lot. I also found a hub
which was quite useful and confirmed what I have learned and more. Apparently they don't allow links in the answers or I would use my tracker code
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