Hi I have looked everywhere for the answer to this question and even asked other Hubbers, that have written on the subject, but haven't been able to get a definitive answer. Someone suggested I ask the question in here where there are experienced Hubbers.
My question is regarding Referral Trackers. I understand how they work in general but I was wondering if I am supposed to use them within my Hubs. For example, when I link to another of my related Hubs is it best to use a referral tracker? Does that mean that I could potentially end up with more than 60% of the impressions?
Yes, you can manually tuck a referral tracker in there. But the practice somewhat perturbs HP. I quit doing it a long time ago, though I'm sure I've probably still got a few scattered around.
by Mary Wickison5 years ago
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by Pamela Lipscomb6 years ago
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by Pandoras Box7 years ago
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by GH Price2 years ago
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