I sent a link of my of my hub to a friend that also writes, and she signed up, but I don't see it as a signup in my url trackers- she was'nt sure if I got credit for it and I'm not sure either- Is there a way I can check this?
( I see it as a view but not a sign-up)
In that case you will get credit for it. Perhaps it takes a little longer to appear on the referral status page.
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