I have a question about the affiliate URL trackers used for Hub Pages. If a person is reading a hub that I've published and then decides to join Hub Pages, would the person be added as an affiliate if he or she clicked on the 'join hub pages' button from the hub I created? Or would it not be counted unless I created a specific link to a URL tracker in the hub itself?
OMG you look like one of the boys in the movie, the goonies. Cory Feldman
I believe if someone comes to hubpages via your tracker and signs up then you get credit for the signup.
Perhaps someone smarter than me on the subject can confirm.
When you sprinkle your Hub urls over the WWW it should have a tracker on it so when somebody does click ...it is yours. I think that's how it works, no expert tho lol
So by promoting my hubs on Twitter, Facebook etc people that sign up won't necessarily be added as my affiliates if I just click on the 'post to Twitter' links after making hubs? I'd actually have to manually post each hub and promote it with the URL tracker in the address? Is that right?
On my account page, I click on URL tracker & see "referral trackers" with a tracking token. Next to that there is a "Create new tracker", how do you create a new tracker? Are you suppose to create a new tracker? Mine is still at ZERO. Lets just change my user name to cluelessJane, more suitable.
by LivingWriter 8 years ago
http://hubpages.com/_signups/hub/LivingWriter ?Is this right URL Tracker i Maked?When i try to " Creat an new Tracker,this text came up "Please make sure that your token contains only letters and numbers (no spaces). " Please help. And where do i find the " Share"...
by Andrew Orrell 8 years ago
So yesterday I decided to try and get my head round URL trackers. I must say there are some very helpful Hubs out there are also some good forum topics on the subject. I think I've pretty much got most of it sussed. A few things though that I didn't work out.If I was to place a...
by Len Cannon 10 years ago
I have read the FAQs, both the help section and a few of the published hubs as well. I understand how the affiliate program works and how it pays and all that good stuff. What I am unclear about is how it is tracked.Under the URL tracker tab which monitors this stuff, there are...
by billericky 8 years ago
Hiyall,I am having a problem with adding URL Trackers. I have read answers about this from other peoples problems and reading hubs telling me what to do, and I still cannot do it. I put in the whole URL in a text caspule, I then add my provided or my own made up URL Tracker, before the word hub,...
by Tilecleaninghub 8 years ago
Has anyone actually got any people to sign up for hubpages throught their url tracker and made them money. Be good to sit back and have some other people out there working for you.
by TinaAtHome 8 years ago
When I put a bookmark on Xomba or RedGage should I put the plain URL or the URL with the tracker? Does anyone have any opinion on this?
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