A question about the calculation of the Affiliate Program
If I am refered by others, whether I receive 60% of total impressions or 50% of total impressions( you know the people who refer me can get 10%)? And if someone create another account of hubpages, and he refer himself by his own account, is that mean he can get 70% from his total impressions?
The FAQ explains how impressions work on this site,
I have already checked the http://hubpages.com/faq/#revenue before I ask this question. It seems I can still have 60% of total impressions even if I am refered by others. However, if someone create another account of hubpages, and he refer himself by his own account. Then he can get 70% of his total impressions...Is there any policy in hubpages to prevent this?
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