I'm not sure what this is called. But if you check an external link I have to my hubpage, there's this reference tag in it so we could get credit for new visitors.
Is that tag still necessary with the new hubpages address:
(http://alocsin.hubpages.com/_3nuwsd1srv … l-Train...)
Where do I find out more info about that in help?
Yes, that is your referral tracker and your referrals only register if they click a link that contains your tracker.
More information: http://hubpages.com/faq/#affiliate
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