What is the benefit of a person being referred to Hubpages? I am not talking about the person who does the referring, I am talking about the person BEING referred.
In essence, as a possible member, why should I use someone who is willing to refer me to write for Hubpages?
The referrer sometimes offers free mentoring and support for the person being referred.
Often a person signing up has no idea that they are being referred. And there is no difference for a person if they sign up with or without a referrer.
When I sign up to other sites I have no hesitation in signing up (if there is such a system in place) through the referral link of the person who brought that sites attention to me in the first place.
by Liz Elias6 years ago
I have yet to earn any money from Amazon. I have only 3 clicks; no purchases recorded.However, on my Amazon affiliate landing page, the following message appears:"Referral Rate4.00%Increase your referral rate...
by Person of Interest3 years ago
Hubbers need to know if their account is a full-value account worth the full 40% income value to HP. Or if their account is a referred account that is only worth the partial 30% value to HP. Knowing one's value to HP is...
by free4india8 years ago
I have made a Hub on "Idiots Guide to Hubpages Referral"<URL snipped - no self-promotion in the Forums>..... however, I have a few doubts like what is the advantage of putting a referral link from one...
by SpaceShanty2 years ago
Looking at the people who I have referred to Hubpages not one of them has created any Hubs. Would it be against HP TOS to send them an email through HP to encourage them? I am not taking about simply...
by WaffleCheese8 years ago
It does look like I'm the first here, so go ahead . . . let me have it! (until the next person posts!)Enjoy!
by And Drewson6 years ago
Anyone heard if the HubPages Referral Tracker works with the HubPages Ad Program?If so, what is the answer?
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