If you post links of your Hubs to other sites do you use the "link to this page" button?
Or do you copy the url from the search bar? I'm wondering because I read that copying the "link to this page" link counts as a referral to the site I the person signs up after they click it.
How about when you link to a different Hub within a Hub?
Yes, using the "link" button will insert your referral tracker in the link. However keep in mind that some sites don't like links with trackers in them.
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