So, I noticed on some hubs that an invitation and link are included in the "profile". Should I be doing this? How do I do this? Also, I'm not sure if my profile is very interesting. Should it be?
I think, Pennylu, that this hub may help you. As you read down you will see a link to yet another hub that will also guide you on creating the "join link" you mention.
http://smcopywrite.hubpages.com/hub/How … L-Trackers
Thank you, Dale, I did go to the site you suggested. I'm starting to get a handle on this, but not there yet. I found where I can make my own tracking referral but I keep getting this note that says "please make sure that your token contains only letters and numbers (no spaces)". So, here's what my tracker looks like: http://hubpages.com/_joinnow/user/new/ What am I doing wrong. I have tried changing the "joinnow" to "participate" or "join", etc. Whatever you can tell me that helps would be greatly appreciated. Thanks so
much! btw, this link will not lead you to any of my sites. It is a legitimate question, not a red herring. Thanks
I am not sure about where to find the number at, however it is different that your profile page. I have not installed it yet on my link on my profile. I have just seen others do it and have read from time to time on it, but it is one of those things that does not stick in my mind, lol.
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