I suggest a quick and easy button next to each hub listed in our account which will create a referral URL with our referral code already embedded in it.
I would share links a lot more if it was easy to do like this. Currently, each time I share a link, I have to re-research how to embed the referral code I've generated, into my hub URL and then test it, then send it out.
Its kind of dinosaur, very slow, and inhibits me from referring people to hubs,
please let me know what you think of this idea.
Visit hub>Click share>Click URL>You have a URL embedded with your tracker.
by Cat4 years ago
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by Rafini5 weeks ago
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by Sally Gulbrandsen4 years ago
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