I understood the referral trackers were used to track referrals that sign up after clicking on my link. Lot's of questions for experienced fellow hubbers...sorry.
In the payment section, does this come under the ad program?
Do I need to associate this to my paypal account so that I earn from referrals or is this for the ad program only?
I thought the ad program was like adsense and separate to referrals.
Thanks for clarification.
As far as I know, referrals are not associated with HP Ad Program.
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