I want to add the hubpages widget to my blog and insert my url tracker. But I don't know exactly where in the code to put it.
This the the widget I want to use:
<a href="http://hubpages.com/"><img src="http://hubpages.com/x/hubpages_180-150-b.gif" alt="HubPages"/></a>
If my unique tracker is "123" where do I put it in the link? I read the info on url trackers, but I still couldn't figure it out. Thanks!
Just so you know, that's not a "widget" it's an image link.
and your tracker goes in after the hubpages.com part of the URL just like in the example on this page.
So it goes after the first hubpages.com or the second? And it's preceded by an underscore?
by brandasaur6 years ago
What is Referral Trackers here in Hubpages?
by cheerfulnuts6 years ago
How to add trackers to shortened URLs?Hi. I'm going to tweet one of my hubs and I'll be using the short URL provided by HubPages (under the Hub Metrics tab). Also, I've created a tracker specific for Twitter. Where am I...
by ShyeAnne5 years ago
I need more info on referral trackers please?I am not understanding the simple directions, please help if you have the patience to do so..the instruction on referral tracker page says "Paste the URL or HTML from...
by thoughtfulgirl26 years ago
What is a tracker and how does it help me to make money?
by ShyeAnne6 years ago
I need more help with referral trackers.When using referral trackers to link or share hubs, or when pointing to a "Join HubPages" link, does it matter if I use the default tracker or will I get the same result...
by Jasmine7 years ago
what is a default tracker?In MY ACCOUNT tab I have one URL tracker, it says DEFAULT TRACKER and the user is somebody registered on Hubpages with no profile and no hubs. What is that all about now? I have no idea which...
Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.