Category archive: LinkUp

Weebly LinkUp : How to add it

Weebly LinkUp: How to add it via Inlinkz   First of all, let’s see what is Weebly.   Weebly offers a free online website creator. It uses a simplistic widget-based site builder that operates in the web browser. All of Weebly’s site elements are drag-and-drop. It works with Microsoft Windows, Mac OS and Linux computers. It automatically generates a mobile […]

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Customizing the image using wordpress.com code?

How to customize an image using wordpress.com code   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 […]

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

Are Inlinkz links nofollow?   The quick answer: is yes, they are nofollow and no, google will not penalize you for using InLinkz.   Now the complete answer: We comply with google webmaster guidelines, & 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 […]

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Easier linkup tool widget code page

A new LinkUp tool widget makes your “Inlinkz” life much easier.   When you go to get the script for your linkup, you will notice that the page has changed a bit….for the better!! It is now easier to select the type of code you need, based on your blog/website type. Moreover, InLinkz will now […]

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How to add flickr images to LinkUp

Many of you have a flickr account. Well the good news is that now there is a way to add your flickr images to LinkUp. The process is very simple.   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 […]

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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 LinkUp links.   To do so, you will need to upload the picture you want to put as a thumbnail from your computer. Just click on the “Upload” tab and load your image.   If your image is only […]

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New additions to the linkup tool

New features in the LinkUp Tool   According to your feedback & recommendations, we have added a couple of new features to the link up widget.   Links per page First of all, you can now control the number of the links in each page of the paging widget, not by altering the code in […]

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Changing the look of the new paging linkup widgets

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 widgets.     Until then, you can use a small snippet of code which you can insert in your post or your blog template that will […]

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InLinkz linkup tool is easier and more social than ever!

The new Inlinkz LinkUp tool, is easier & more social than ever. Scroll down to see what I mean.   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 & quicker, watch the video: The new “add link page“, is […]

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Minor updates to the Linkup tool & Project manager

A few small updates to the LinkUp tool & Project Manager:   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 […]

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New “Add links to LinkUps” 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 […]

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Adding links to LinkUps – new widget

Adding Links to LinkUps via Inlinkz   Let’s see how we can add a link on the new Inlinkz widget: Clicking on the “Add your link” button, will bring up a dialog box:   Filling the dialog box:   The outline of the page is as follows: From here you can navigate back to the […]

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Entry limits for LinkUps

There are cases where you would like to set some entry limits for LinkUps, say 10 entries for a giveaway or 50 volunteers for a project or 500 beta testers.   The roughest scenario would be the giveaway of a single product to the one that will enter his link faster than anybody else when […]

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LinkUp Giveaway options, Design team helpers

Some more LinkUp giveaway options have been added to help both those who want to run giveaway lists (either using the winner drawing functions or not) and also help members of a judging team on the submitted links. The following options are displayed both in create and edit pages. These are all non-destructive options and […]

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Sorting links

You can now order the links in a collection by three different types. Let’s see how “sorting links” can be achieved.   * Ordering normally places last links at the bottom of the collection. This way usually the first one to enter gets the most views (clicks). * Order randomly. No numbers are attached on […]

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Earn through referrals:Convert them to time or money

A more direct way has been just implemented to let you earn through referrals.Convert your referral earnings to either extended subscription time or money.   As you may already know, InLinkz likes to give back to those who help! So, a referral scheme is used to give commissions to paying users who bring more paying […]

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LinkUp winners, validation & notifications

Need to organize a giveaway or challenge with random, selected or voted-for LinkUp winners?   InLinkz now has the capability to pick the winners either randomly, by votes or manually and still let you have total control of the process. This feature is lovingly dedicated to Kathy from thedailymarker.blogspot.com. Thanks Kathy!   A new item […]

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Sharing blog hop code the easy way

If you want other bloggers to display your collection (what is known as a “blog hop”), now there is an easy way to let them grab the suitable code for their site and needs.   1.  Click on the link to get your code as usual. 2.  On the page where you get the script, […]

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Inspecting voting links

Inspecting Voting Links   Do you have the feeling that someone is cheating on your link voting? Well, there is a way to inspect even the IP address that the votes come from, sort them and geolocate them (see where they are coming from) to see if someone is resetting his router every minute to […]

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Locked blog image submissions

If you need to add a photo from a locked blogspot blog or a facebook account, InLinkz won’t be able to login as it won’t know your password. To see how to make locked blog image submissions read below.   In this case, instead of giving away your password, there are other ways to submit […]

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