Understanding Referrals on User Profiles

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In summary: Since when do you have a vendetta against me? Its getting annoying.Artman isn't here; you are. It's that simple. (You did see the :biggrin: , didn't you?)
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bomba923
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*What is a "referral" ? (I see it on user profile) :shy:
 
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Sorry nevermind---I just read the faq (I thought referral was a bad thing)
 
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bomba923 said:
Sorry nevermind---I just read the faq (I thought referral was a bad thing)
It depends on who you refer. :biggrin:
 
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Evo said:
It depends on who you refer. :biggrin:
You can blame 'Google' for me. :biggrin:
 
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Danger said:
You can blame 'Google' for me. :biggrin:
I hate to admit it, but I actually wait each night with baited breath for your arrival.
 
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Evo said:
I hate to admit it, but I actually wait each night with baited breath for your arrival.

What are you using for bait?
 
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Moonbear said:
What are you using for bait?
Milk Bones, of course.
 
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bomba923 said:
Sorry nevermind---I just read the faq (I thought referral was a bad thing)

Lol. That was me. :)
 
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Evo said:
I hate to admit it, but I actually wait each night with baited breath for your arrival.

Aw, isn't that sweet.

 
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franznietzsche said:
Aw, isn't that sweet.
You'd be using the other tongue if she'd said that to you.
At our age, we can take time out for a little romance. :approve:
 
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Danger said:
You'd be using the other tongue if she'd said that to you.
At our age, we can take time out for a little romance. :approve:

Given that she has a daughter my age...no. Though, Evo is very pretty :approve: .
 
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franznietzsche said:
Evo is very pretty :approve: .
Damn! I have to agree with you about something. Do you have any idea how irritating that is to me? :biggrin:
 
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Danger said:
Damn! I have to agree with you about something. Do you have any idea how irritating that is to me? :biggrin:


Shouldn't be very irritating.

Seriously though, what the hell is with you?

Since when do you have a vendetta against me? Its getting annoying.
 
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franznietzsche said:
Shouldn't be very irritating.

Seriously though, what the hell is with you?

Since when do you have a vendetta against me? Its getting annoying.
Artman isn't here; you are. It's that simple. (You did see the :biggrin: , didn't you?)
 

Related to Understanding Referrals on User Profiles

What are referrals on user profiles?

Referrals on user profiles refer to the number of times a user's profile has been referred to or recommended by others. This can include direct referrals from friends or colleagues, as well as indirect referrals through social media shares or online recommendations.

Why are referrals important on user profiles?

Referrals are important on user profiles because they can serve as a measure of a user's credibility and influence. A high number of referrals can indicate that a user is well-respected and trusted by others, which can be valuable in personal and professional settings.

How can I increase my referrals on my user profile?

To increase your referrals on your user profile, it is important to actively engage with others and build strong relationships. This can include networking, providing valuable insights and contributions, and asking for referrals from satisfied colleagues or clients.

Can I track the source of my referrals on my user profile?

Yes, many platforms and websites have tracking tools that allow you to see where your referrals are coming from. This can help you understand which channels are most effective for promoting your profile and building your online presence.

Are there any downsides to having a high number of referrals on my user profile?

While having a high number of referrals can be beneficial, it is also important to maintain the quality of your connections and the credibility of your profile. Having too many irrelevant or fake referrals can actually harm your reputation and credibility, so it is important to focus on building genuine relationships and earning honest referrals.

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