Can I include my WebAnswers tracking token in one of my Hubs?
Is this an OK thing to do?
Yes you can use your referral link on one of your hubs. But remember, using them again and again in almost all of your hubs will flag you for promoting another site.
by Tanya Jones 3 years ago
I have tried to condition myself to use the referral tracker links whenever promoting my hubs. Sometimes I forget. Does anyone see any value in using them? Just wondering.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ For fellow hubbers who don't know where to get the referral tracker links, at the bottom of each hub, the...
by Mike Russo 6 years ago
I used a referral tracking token to link to another hubber's hub page that is similar to mine.Should I notify them of this action and if so, what is the best way of notifying them?
by wsupaul88 7 years ago
Just wondering why we can't put our tracking tokens onto a WebAnswers answer?
by Terri Wilson 10 years ago
As I slowly but surely learn about more Hubby features, I'm giving the referral thing a try. But the instructions are very vague and I'm not sure I understand. From what I get, you need to create a "token" and add it to the end of the URL. Right?Is this required, or just a way to...
by Peg Cole 6 years ago
Okay, I'm one of those who can talk about nothing else but HubPages, have written about it, tell all my friends about it, and my family is so tired of hearing about HubPages they are over it.Well today, my most popular hub that has ranked 100 numerous times, has been rated useful by no less than...
by Robert Loescher 4 years ago
I have been trying to track this down for the last few weeks. Many of my Amazon Ads are using "hubpages-20" as the Amazon ID Tracking code. (My Tracking code is "chef...-20") This all started when HP switched to the new Amazon module. A few things I noticed.1) On some pages it...
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