How do I know which hubbers are signed up through my referal tracker?
I have a couple hubbers who signed up though my tracker, how do I know who those hubbers are?
Go to the url trackers link in "my account" here: http://hubpages.com/my/trackers
Then click on the tracking token link. You'll be directed to the page which lists your referrals as well as some info about number of hubs published plus a few other things.
Thanks Susan, I gave up hunting for info on how to find out, I knew the info was there some where! Figured if I just asked somebody would know!
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