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How many referral sign ups are expected per amount of views?
I understand this can vary quite a lot. Do you have an expected number of sign ups per hundred or thousand of referral tracker views?
Well, I don't think anyone is expecting any referral sign ups from any of us at all.
I used to spread those referral tracker links around...but I no longer bother with that. I find that trying to constantly back link or get referral signers on....distracts from my enjoyment of this stuff, and also distracts from me actually bothering to write something useful.
Not that I think it is a bad idea to get referral signers on after yourself...it just isn't something to pursue so much.
But don't mind me, I'm sure not the money maker on this site.
I don't think there's any way to get an average for this. It really depends on the content of the article shared with the tracker, as well as where you posted the tracker, and how many writers read/view the hub.
I figure it's easy enough to throw the tracker in there when I'm linking my hubs on facebook, twitter, or G+ so I do, but I'm not really expecting much from it.
So far I have got none.
It is true that I am not promoting my hubs that much or that I have less followers than many writers here, but I guess the most important things is: even if I post my hub to FB, barely anyone reads it as most of the people I know are Hungarian and can't/don't bother to read stuff in English.
If I'm not mistaken, it depends on what you write about. If the subject is something most people wonder about you'll get lots of viewers. It also depends on how you title it. I mean if the title is written in a way that most people would think of.
by Lizam16 years ago
Why does my referral tracker report show no views when published hubs have been shared and clicked?Please help. I have noticed that my referral trackers have not tracked any views? I share my hubs as soon as...
by Cat5 years ago
I have read everything I can, mostly through HP, about referral trackers and how to set them up but I still am struggling with this. Is there a "Referral Tracker for Dummies". I have no previous knowledge of...
by Tanya Jones3 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...
by beth8117 years ago
How to set up a referral tracker in which they would be shown the page to sign up. I tried many times setting up referral tracker and then signed out from my account, typed my username after clicking the hubbers button,...
by Efficiency Man7 years ago
Categories on this page are "traffic to hubs", "sign-ups", "hubs", and "traffic views".So, "traffic to hubs" is apparently the amount of traffic that hubs have received...
by Joseph Davis4 years ago
How often do you have peole sign up for hubpages through your link (tracker/referral)?Haven't had anyone use my link to sign up yet, but still cultivating traffic. Any tips?
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