Using Referral Trackers With Twitter
Is there any benefit to using referral trackers when posting a HubPages Link on Twitter which uses a URL shortening system?
As far as I am aware, the shortened URL will still send the visitor to the exact URL you provide. This is also used by affiliate marketers to hide the tracking URL. Hence, you should get all of the benefits as you would from visitors going straight to your tracking URL (shortened or not). You should receive all traffic and sign up bonuses as far as I can tell :-).
by Cat5 years ago
I have read everything I can, mostly through HP, about referral trackers and how to set them up but I still am struggling with this. Is there a "Referral Tracker for Dummies". I have no previous knowledge of...
by beta107010 years ago
Like referrals.1. Why insert an _referralcode into the URL. Couldn't you come up with a dynamic insertion solution? If an insertion was required, what's wrong with appending it at the end of the URL as in ?referrer=xyz?...
by Terri Paajanen10 years ago
As I slowly but surely learn about more Hubby features, I'm giving the referral thing a try. But the instructions are very vague and I'm not sure I understand. From what I get, you need to create a...
by Jo_Goldsmith114 years ago
I have at least 5 referral trackers for those who wish to sign up.I have a total of 25 sign ups. This is good. However, those who have signed up are not blogging, or there is no traffic. Are these people ghosts?What is...
by Lionrhod3 years ago
Do referral trackers work with shortened urls (twitter, tinyurl, etc)?In other words if I create a long link with a referral tracker in it, then get a shortened link for that, will the referral count?
by Sally Gulbrandsen4 years ago
How do you use them appropriately so as not to become a 'spammer' and what success rate have you had from them?
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