Thanks, Folks...I guess I wasn't clear.
I'm wondering how to automatically (permanently) add a line at the end of emails I send out that allows the recipient to check my hubpage if they want to.
Something like "check out my ramblings at HubPages http://hubpages.com/profile/JimVT".
You are looking to add a signature to your email.
The "How" is a question of which service or program you use for your email.
I use "wisestamp" for my gmail - I don't recommended using any other free service so have no idea how it would be achieved with the lesser services.
If your using outlook:
http://email.about.com/od/outlooktips/q … utlook.htm
Jim, your awesome, welcome
ps 'how to'
is a question or statement like 'knock knock'?
gotta run but will check back ok?
Just Copy and paste
what page do you need a link for?
Most email editors have the little chain icon like we have here at hubpages - you can use that if you like also
You can also click "share" at the bottom of the page and from there decide where you want to share it (in your case just click the link one and copy and paste the code from there.) This will insert your referral tracker.
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