Does HP offer ad-revenue when you link/refer another hub within your own hub?
I remember reading somewhere that if you -> Link to another Hub, somewhere in your Hub <- that HP will share 10% of traffic revenue that follows through that link. Since it keeps people on the the site overall for longer.
But I can't unearth that in the forums or learning center anywhere. Am I confusing it with the referral bonus when you get new authors to sign up?
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