Scroll to the bottom of your profile or hub you are wanting to share, click, "link to this page" and simply copy and paste the URL. It will already include your referral tracker.
Note, you can create new trackers by going to your account's page and clicking "referral trackers" in your sidebar. Several of us have created hubs on how to do this and the learning center also has instructions.
Hope this helped, MO
I haven't tried Miss Olive's way, but I always forget the url of my hubs. The fastest way for me is google my article's title with my hub name. Bingo bango there it is. It's as if your the reader instead of the author. (Make sure you're out of hubpages just to be sure you're capturing the right url and not the editing url). Then just highlight and paste to wherever you want it to go. If you're on FB, just put the url in first and then you can comment. When you put it in the space first in FB, you'll see the picture of your hub pop right up. Then comment. If you do it the other way around, sometimes just the url shows without the image. But I'll have to check Missolvie's way. With this way, you don't even have to go to hubpages to get it. Often I think, oh, I want to post such and such and I'm not even signed on to hubpages. Cheerio
by Cat 6 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 this and I would love a step by step instruction guide. A lot of the instructions...
by Rochelle Frank 10 years ago
Specifically -- how do we invite prospective hubbers to sign up (to our credit, if possible). Is there some kind of clicker or button or other sign up tool that credits us as a referral? I thought there was...
by lady rain 7 years ago
I get plenty of traffic coming from my trackers outside hubpages but it has not brought in any new hubbers through my trackers. Has anybody had any luck in bringing new hubbers with their referral trackers?(I have posted this topic in Q&A yesterday but Hubpages said this should go in Forum...
by lyla 10 years ago
Do we have to put referral tracker for Twitter as well,if so,how do we do that? Of course,I can see the traffic from Twitter because I use the Twitter button in 'share'..but, what if some one signs up via Twitter?
by Daniel Mollat 12 months ago
I have not learned what referral trackers are for? Can someone please point me to a forum post that talks about this? Or if there is no historical post about this can someone tell me what this is and how does it benefit a hubber? I am asked to create one but I don't know how to do that and what to...
by beta1070 11 years ago
Like referrals.1. Why insert an _referralcode into the URL. Couldn't you come up with a dynamic insertion solution? If an insertion was required, what's wrong with appending it at the end of the URL as in ?referrer=xyz? or would that make it too easy for hubbers?2. Why do pages like the Referrals...
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