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Decided I should start adding a link for possible hub signups. What I inserted is
Ahhh - I have replaced it, and will check now.
Thank you very much!
I wandered off to look at banners for my website - at the end, do you need to add anything between the ....></a> I would think the user can just click on the banner without having to add any text?
You cannot insert banners on HubPages, as they do not allow you to post the HTML code. Those are only for use on websites, blogs and other external sites that allow such code. In that case, you simply paste the code provided with the banners.
So the link that I gave you is the proper method, if you want to create a signup link on your profile page or elsewhere on HubPages.
yeah, the banners are for my websites -
great . . . thank you very much!
If I understand your question, what you are looking for is the formula for creating a link for referrals for new signups so that you get credit for their add impressions... Yes? If so, here it is: Go to 'affiliates' at the bottom of the page, and set up an URL tracker. You can give it a custom name, or use the confusing one they give you... Then add it to this URL for the link, with your personal tracker in place of mine... You have to add an underscore in front of your tracker ID :
That's all there is to it! Then, add this to all your hubs, advertisements, etc... as a good way to supplement your longterm revenue.
The issue had already been resolved. Posting one's own URL tracker on the forum for purposes of self-promotion is spam. It has been reported as such, which is the second such instance within minutes.
by kerryg9 years ago
I've read the FAQ, darkside's hubs, and several forum threads and didn't see an answer to this.If somebody lands on one of my hubs via a Google search, for example, and thinks "WTF is this cr*p? I could do...
by N. Ramius8 years ago
I spent some time searching and couldn't find the answer so...Does including a referral tracker destroy the value of the backlink? If so, is using a referral tracker for the interlinking between your hubs greater than...
by ShyeAnne6 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 ramesh11 years ago
paul,yesterday i tried to signup one more account as a referral under my current account by using my new url tracker as http://hubpages.com/_Babesbut after the signup it was n't credited as a referral under my...
by Tanya Jones3 years ago
I have tried to condition myself to use the referral tracker links whenever promoting my hubs. Sometimes I forget. Does anyone see any value in using them? Just wondering.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ For fellow hubbers who don't...
by Laura Rash6 years ago
I understand that if someone visits one of my hubs and I have a link to where they can sign up and start writing that I'll get paid for it too.My question is how do I create this link? I've read the FAQ and I'm...
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