1. Go to URL tracker section from your "my account". Click on button "create a new tracker".
2. Use the referral tracker id when you link to your hubs from other sites. Something like this :
here you need to add referral tracker id with underscore then tracker id name and then rest of the url of your hub.
This is also explained here in page 2.
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