can anybody tell me how the referral program actually works..on the help page they said once we refer any hubber we get 10% of their lifetime impressions ..does this 10% comes from that hubbers share of 60% impressions(i.e hubber net share=60-10=50%)or from 40% share of hubpages impressions(i.e hubpages net share= 40-10=30%).... i want to refer some of my friends to hubpages so i have to explain them clearly how it actually works ..can any one from the hubpages clearly explain this??
That 10% is not taken out from new huber's 60% share but from hubpages.com's 40% share. But your referral net share is not calculated by totalCPMX10%, but TotalCPMX40%X10%. For instance, if a new huber generate 100 impressions, you will get 40X10%=4.
I read this from somewhere among the help, but I can not find it anymore, It seems like this, but not sure.
I am also a bit confused about how the referral works. My hub stats give an estimate of earnings for each url tracker I created. But my question is, where do I find the "real" earnings. Is it in my google adsense stats? If so, they don't seem to correspond at all with the real life stats on my google adsense. I have reviewed the FAQ but I am still not clear. Can someone explain?
Here is the answer, I found it:
Sometimes I have no click through but I have earnings in my adsense account, although as little as $0.03. I wonder if that 3 cents from the trackers.
Stop by my hub: http://hubpages.com/_learn/hub/tracking it may have the answers you are looking for.
by Dilip Chandra 6 years ago
Has anyone earned anything from the HubPages Traffic Referral Program so far, how to check the earnings from the same??
by samiagamie 4 months ago
I got confused about how can I attached a tracker to my hubs because I don't even have share buttons on my hubs . any help please?
by Ellen_C 5 years ago
Has anyone had great success with the URL Tracker and referrals? I just read what it was about and seems like a great way to provide incentive for other hubbers to promote other user's content. Does anyone use this strategy to make a lot of money?
by free4india 7 years ago
# The Traffic Referrals is guaranteed to be yours for 120 minutes.If someone clicks on your link to a specific Hub, you are entitled to the traffic referral impressions for 120 minutes. We set this limit because there may be multiple Hubbers referring people to a particular Hub. No other tracker...
by R. Brady Frost 6 years ago
I was just wondering if anyone out there would like to share their experience with the HubPages referral system. How many referrals do you have and what tactics have you found to be useful in attracting new quality members to the HubPages community?What have you done to help foster the growth of...
by Vicente Zeldana 5 years ago
Is anyone making money from hubpages referral program? If so how?Is it easier to make money referring people? Or actually writing on the site? I like writing on the site anyway I just wanted people's opinions.
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