I sent my sister to my profile page to sign up. She is not showing up in my referral list. What should she do? She wants me to get credit for her?
It's most likely that her cookie settings are set to medium or higher. If so the cookie will not be saved in her browser and the referral will not be credited.
You could ask her her to adjust her cookie settings to low and then click through on your referral link again, but she'd need to use a different email address and create a new user name.
What if it never shows lol ... I know two that have signed up under me and it don't show at all
how do you refer people; i have seen different sites have the invite option but i don't anything like this here???
I sen an e-mail to HubPages and they are going to send a link to my sister, when she confirms, she will be places as my referral. Thanks for all your suggestions and comments!
There is a simple reason why your sister wasn't listed as your referral. You don't have a referral tracker on your profile link!
You should have:
You can find your referral tracker names here: https://hubpages.com/my/earnings/trackers
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