Katie - Is there a link available for joining HP to send to friends so I get the credit?
I have checked out the answers to my question in the forum, but good grief, there must be something easier. Surely HP has provided a quick link for doing this.
Yes, this is your link, send this, http://hubpages.com/fans/add/vocalcoach
To benefit from any new Hubber referrals, just go into your account page 'my account' at the top of the screen. Select 'URL Trackers'. There should be one already there for you, or you can create a new one.
You then use this tracker code in a link, right after the 'hubpages.com/' part of the URL link. Just remember to use an underscore before your tracker code. So, for new signups you would type:
or...I've actually had way more traffic views and signups with this link:
I hope that's clear enough.
I'm so sorry I over looked this question. I do hope you've solved the puzzle. Let me know if you have not! Katie
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