Ok so how many peoples have signed up under your refferal trakers? How many hubs they have created? and how much hub traffic they provides you? (as a 10% for your adsense account.)
I am doing this from 4 days. There are 14 signups under my trackers. There are 8 published hubs from them. And hub traffic is 80. (what is that hub traffic is actually?) The 10% traffic credited to my account? or whole traffic form that 8 hubs)
Hub traffic is "hub traffic," the pageviews achieved by those Hubs.
means 10% pageviews credited to me? or overall pageviews?
hubpages help defines, "hub traffic reflects data on all hubs created by users credited to you whether published or not."
please explain this...thanks...
Mine 17 signups under my trackers.There are 62 published hubs from them and hub traffic is 9442
Thats very good for you!!! So maybe you are earning good amount of money...
None and I have tired to get others to sign up but it's not working, suggestions, advice, etc??? Help Please.
Just publish one small attention catching thread on other site's forums. The site must be about writings and earning money.
I have referred 300 people. Out of them 14 signed up. And just 4 of them actually published hubs. Maybe they do write more hubs with time. Look at me!!! just 37 hubs in 10 months!!!
I have none, do we have to write a hub or something in other places promoting hubpages or if someone signs up after seeing our hub gets registered below ?
I have only one at the moment but unfortunately they haven't created any hubs
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