I just been learning about how to make url trackers, and realized that to put a tracker into one of your embedded links, you have go into Edit under Text, click on the link itself, put in the referred link, and then put your tracker code in. It's quite time-consuming. Is there a faster way of doing this?
(Hope this makes sense ... I'm lost when it comes to talking about any HTML stuff!
There is a simpler way. Visit the hub you want to link to, click Share, then you will get the link with the referral tracker included.
Thanks for this info...I didn't know how to do this either.
I'm not sure if this answers the OP's question. They want a quick way to add the tracker code to links they make on their hubs. If they have to visit each page they are linking to and click the Share button to get the full code, it's not really saving any time. It would be nice if the tracker code could be automatically added for all internal Hubpages links, but as far as I know that's not possible.
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