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?
No. If people did that to me I'd get hundreds of emails. Would you like every online user to notify you when they link to your material? I know some of my articles get linked via the "Link Suggestion Tool" on Hubpages and others get put in tons of forums.
With the tracker in there you net 9-12% of views you direct to them and they get extra traffic. And if they get a lot of traffic they're unlikely to notice or care anyway.
If it's a really niche topic you can leave a comment on the hub letting them know you've written along a similar vein and linked to them, but this isn't mandatory.
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