How to bring authors and track authors that we bring.
Suppose I created an affiliate Id called 'newsjyoti'. I shall add it to any hub URL with an underscore as explained. When I bring traffic to a particular hub, I get traffic impressions 10% or so, I understand. But does that keep track of whether someone from that traffic becomes member here and start writing? Or is there any other method or code to bring and track new authors that have been brought by me?
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