InLinkz now supports the use of your Instagram photos as link thumbnails

Are you a regular Instagram user and you wish you could use your instagram photos as thumbnails for your links? Are you an amateur photographer and you want to share your experiences through your links? We are happy to announce that now inlinkz supports the use of  Instagram photos, in two simple to follow steps.  […]

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Link parties that never end! Never-ending linkups (and a new description editor)

Ever wanted to run a link party that has no specific end? Say, like a gallery of your readers talents or a curated visual list of your loved posts? Well now you can.  InLinkz now allows to have never-ending linkups, which in effect, remove the end date and let those blog parties run indefinitely. This […]

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About the “Heartbleed” internet-wide security bug and how it affects InLinkz and other services

You may have heard about a very serious, internet-wide security flaw in a very common piece of software (the popular OpenSSL cryptographic software library) that may allow someone to steal the information protected, under normal conditions, by the SSL/TLS encryption used to secure the Internet. (yes, the whole internet!) You can read about the bug, codenamed “heartbleed” […]

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Monetize your crafting blog using Amazon Affiliates through Inlinkz

Monetizing your crafting blog is a great way to get some income out of your hobby. Learn how easy it is by using Amazon Associates through Inlinkz. What is Amazon affiliate marketing? Amazon Affiliate marketing is a simple way to monetize your crafting blog by linking the products you used on your projects to specific […]

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Adding an InLinkz linkup to weebly

You can easily add a Linkup inside your weebly page. You just need to add the InLInkz code inside an “Embed code” element. Inside your weebly editor, drag an “embed code” element to your page Then , click on the element, and on the “Edit custom HTML” button. Paste your code inside the textbox in […]

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How can I customize the image on the wordpress.com code? (What is the difference between wordpress.com and self-hosted wordpress.org blogs? )

If you are on a wordpress.com blog, you can modify the provided code so, instead of the default froggie, you can display your own image/text How is this done? A little HTML knowledge, goes a long way here as you can replace the image part of the code with virtually anything you like. Let’s see […]

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Are InLinkz links nofollow? Will google penalize me for using InLinkz?

The quick answer is yes, they are nofollow and no, google will not penalize you for using InLinkz. Now the complete answer: we comply to google webmaster guidelines, and especially the “link schemes” part (https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/66356) which may be relevant for link parties. Regarding people that link to parties, outgoing links from the InLinkz widgets, are […]

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Easier linkup tool widget code page

When you go to get the script for your linkup, you will notice that the page has changed a bit. It is now easier to select the type of code you need, based on your blog/website type. Moreover, InLinkz will now remember your last selection and it will give you the same type of code […]

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How to add images from flickr

When you are logged in flickr, you can access your images because you have entered a username and password. InLinkz does not have any access to your password of course, and because of this, it cannot access what you see. So , you need to be logged out of your account and your picture to […]

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New add link method default for old widget too.

The new add link method (more here) is now the default entry method for the old widget too. There is a help document in the page itself so it will be very easy for your users to pick up. The new add link method is built with more social network interaction in mind and you […]

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Uploading linkup links even when the remote host does not allow viewing the images

If for any reason InLinkz is unable to fetch your images from your blog, you can still add your link. In order to do so, you will need to upload the picture you need to put as a thumbnail from your computer. Just click on the Upload tab and load your image. If your image […]

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Add multiple targets-shops in one product link plus new additions to the linkup tool

this post contains announcements for both the link-up tool in the project manager so please choose the link you want from below or just read the whole post thank you I am interested only in the Linkup features part of the post  I am interested in the Project Manager post (just read on) A long-requested […]

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Add your Project Manager product lists in YouTube

Do you feel that you should somehow need to drag your YouTube followers to view your blog post as well, in order to make them see the product lists? Well, no need for that anymore! Here is the solution: You can now list the products you have used right in your YouTube video descriptions!!.   […]

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Changing the look of the new paging linkup widget

In a few weeks time (around December 2013) we’ll be adding a style editor with which you will be able to define styles for your Project manager  and Linkup tool widgets.     Until then, you can use a small snippet of code which you can insert in your post or your blog template that […]

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Recycle traffic by using the updated Project/Product properties dialog

By setting the project data of your blog post, it will be easier to reference your other projects inside your product lists, thus increasing your traffic and allowing people to discover more, without ever leaving your blog. The project manager Project properties dialog has been enhanced to make it easier for you to enter your […]

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InLinkz linkup tool is easier and more social than ever!

The new “add link” page If you didn’t get a chance to see how the new “add link” page works and why it is easier and quicker, watch the video: The new “add link page”, is now the default entering method for the new link up widget.   Know your history A history feature has […]

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Minor updates to the Linkup tool and Project manager

A few small updates: Notification emails Remember target page even after logging in Export all your PM links in a CSV file Search all your lists from the PM dashboard.   1. Added a notification email, 7 days before at least one of the tools expires. No more surprises! 2. The notification email (seen in […]

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New InLinkz entry notification options

As you already know, you can set up InLinkz to send you an email whenever a user adds her link to one of your linkups. That email, provides info on the link and some extra options so you can quickly accept, discard, view or edit the new link and jump to your links moderation panel. […]

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New “Add link” page

This is a whole new way to add links to linkups that it is optimized for as few clicks as possible while providing feedback to the users about the links they added in blogs around the blogosphere The new link page works as usual. Just click on the “Add your link” button. You will be […]

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Tracking and analyzing performance of your Project Manager lists

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Wouldn’t be awesome if you could somehow measure the performance and actual clicks of each of your links? This is already possible by using the graph function underneath each of your links:     This will produce a graph of your link’s clicks in time:  

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