LINEX is a free tool to get unlimited backlinks and traffic to your website
Linex is a free link exchange tool designed to help bloggers and website owners to get nearly unlimited traffic, leads, and backlinks in ANY niche and make powerful connections!
Linex is available to all Premium and Apex wallet subscribers.
Because of its simple and foolproof user interface, there's really no learning curve to using Linex.
The Linex Concept
Linex is a free link exchange tool. It is a simple yet free tool that automatically exchanges links between agreed publishers ( bloggers and website owners ) in order to assist them in reaching more customers and audience. It allows publishers to gain unlimited free traffic and backlinks back to their website and blog.
This is how it works in a nutshell.
1. Add a Website to Linex and verify website ownership.
2. Add Linex Js to the Website.
3. Create Slots for that Website to host third-party links
4. Create and promote links from the same Website on Linex and have it featured on targeted niche websites.
It's as simple as that!
Adding a Website to Linex
Before anything can be done with Linex a user has to Add Website(s) to Linex from the Linex page.
Once a website has been added to Linex, the user is then required to verify website ownership by placing a given meta tag in the header <head>..</head> section of the website root index file.
The root index file for any website is the file that is served to a user when the website domain is visited. For example, visiting http://example.com could serve https://example.com/[index.php] to the user. In the example above the index.php is the website root index file. Note that in most cases website and folder index files are not always visible in the URL appearing in the browser. So you may need to hire a web developer to help identify your website index file and possibly help verify your website with Linex.
The meta verification tag could look like: <meta name='ayocer:domain' content='123456788'>. When the meta tag has been placed in the header section of the website root index file, the user will have to click the verify website button. If all went well and the website was successfully verified, the user will then be able to manage the website further with Linex.
User can add up to five ( 5 ) websites to Linex at once. An already added website may have to be removed to add a new website to Linex when a user has already added five websites to Linex. Note that removing a website from Linex will also permanently delete all the website analytics data (clicks, views, etc) that have been collected on it.
When adding a website to Linex you can specify up to five (5 ) niche/category for that website.
Adding the Linex JS file to Website
The Linex JS file is less than 2KB. It enables Linex to automatically fetch content ( i.e Links ) relevant to the current page. This is achieved by analyzing the current page to determine what the page is all about, then using slots configuration to determine and filter what's more appropriate to show to the target website users. The fetched result is then placed in the applicable Slots. You'll be able to learn more about Slots later in the article.
Reference the Linex JS script 'https://ayocer.com/linex.js' in the header <head>..</head> section of pages where you would like to serve Links from Linex.
The Linex JS is updated frequently, to be sure you're using the latest version, please ensure that you have only referenced the Linex JS and not copied the Linex JS to a file on your own server.
Slots for a Linex Website
Before trying to explain how to create a slot for a verified website on Linex, we'll attempt first to describe what Slots means on Linex.
Slots in simpler terms are configurable containers created by a user to host Links from third-party websites on the users' own website.
Once a website has been added to Linex, the user can create slots for that added website, from the website edit page on Linex.
Slots works on a per website basis ( i.e a slot created for website A will not work on website B even when both websites was created by the same user ). With Linex example.com and m.example.com are two separate websites and both will require their own slots.
The maximum of five ( 5 ) slots is allowed per domain/website.
As described earlier, slots are website containers where Linex can put Links generated from third-parties on the target users' website.
When trying to create a slot for a particular website added on Linex, the user can specify a lot of configurational details to be applied on the slot.
Some of the configurations for slots include:
1. Specifying the niche tags ( niche/category ) of links that can be displayed in the slot.
2. The maximum number of links that can appear in the slot ( 9 max ).
3. The title that should be displayed over the slot. Things Like: "Related Articles", "From Around the Web". When no title is specified for a slot the default title is used.
Those are only but few configurations a user can set on a slot upon creating a new slot or editing an existing slot.
When a user creates a slot, the most important configuration to set is the slot niche tags ( niche of the links that can appear in that particular slot ).
Let's say a user has a website that has a broad niche ( supports multiple niche/categories ). The website owner could create a slot on Linex for that particular website. He could create one slot to host links for "Pet's & Animal", then another one to host links for "Technology". When configured this way, only links that have been attributed to the specified niche tags may be shown in those respective slots.
The good thing is, more than one niche tag can be set on a particular slot. In fact, a slot can have up to five ( 5 ) niche tags. This allows a slot to really target intended niche or sub-niches.
From the example given earlier, the Technology niche may be too broad for a particular page on a website, so instead of setting up a slot to target the broad Technology niche, we can instead be more specific by targeting sub-niches in the Technology niche. However, to avoid a situation where there are no links set for target sub-niche, we'll specify more than one sub-niche for the particular slot. This way we can ensure that our slot always has something to show. So now we edited the slot created for the Technology niche and replaced the technology niche tag with: "Gadgets & Computers", "Smartphones", "Automobile". We could have specified up to five niche tags, but that's all we wish to target for now.
When a slot is created on Linex, the user is given a slot code ( an HTML tag ) to be placed on a page on the website for which the slot was created. Once this is done, the Linex JS does the rest of the work.
When you have added a Linex website slot HTML tag to your website, you can easily at anytime change the configurations for that slot to completely alter its behavior and the type of links that are shown in the slot on your website. To do this login to your Ayocer account and go to the Linex page to manage the website for which the slot has been created, then from the website manage page you can edit the slot.
Users can easily flag inappropriate content ( i.e links ) showing on a website slot. And if, after review we found the link to have violated our terms of service, we will immediately delete the link and in most cases also ban the user from using Linex.
The concept for Linex is Link exchanging. For this reason, if a user has not added a slot for their website so as to allow third-party links displayed on their website, links from that website will not also show on other peoples' websites.
In addition, some of the many factors Linex website link ranking algorithm takes into consideration are:
1. the number of times a slot has been fetched from the verified website it was created on.
2. the number of links that have been shown in slots from a particular website.
3. the number of user engagement ( views and clicks ) on links appearing in slots from a website.
In short, the more user engagement a website receives the higher links from that website ranks on target slots.
There can be more than one slots placed on a single page on a particular website. However, for performance reasons, we do not encourage to do this. It is best to only place one slot on a page. And also, configure your slot in a way that it does not break your site design ( we try to do this for you automatically ).
Links on Linex
Links are relative URI's that are created for websites that have been added to Linex. When a link is added to a website on Linex, the link will start to appear on slots that have the link targeted niche tags set on them. How a link ranks in a slot is determined by the number of engagement the website it was created on has had and also the number of clicks on the links thus far.
The more unique clicks a link gets the more frequently the link is shown in slots for the target niche and the higher it ranks in target slots.
Links are entered as relative paths. For instance, let's say a user has added example.com to Linex then from that website manage page the user will only be able to create relative links to that website as the domain URL will already be prefilled.
When the target path is entered, upon saving, the complete URL address is pinged to ensure that the link leads to a valid page. If the URL address is not valid ( does not return a 404 response code ), the Link will not be saved and the process is aborted. To avoid this kind of errors, it is important to first confirm that the link to be created leads to a valid page on that website.
When creating a link for a website added on Linex. The user may specify the following information:
1. The name for the Link (optional).
2. The relative path to the page on the website to create the Link on (required).
3. An absolute URL to an image to be used as the Link thumbnail (optional). When not provided Linex will automatically crawl the target page to retrieve the appropriate thumbnail to use. If unable to retrieve a valid image from the target page, the default Linex thumbnail is used instead.
4. The link title (required). This title will appear on the Link on the target website ( 60 chars max. )
5. The link description (required). This should be captivating enough to entice users to click through to the page ( 120 chars max ). User must ensure that the description is accurate and does not deceive or mislead a user. Also, it is important to include as many keywords as possible in the description.
6. Select predefined click-to-action text (optional) . The default text is used when none is selected.
7. Link niche tags (required). This is arguably the most important part as it allows the user to specify on which slot the link would be shown. User may specify up to five ( 5 ) niche tags on a link and the link will appear on slots having either of the specified niche tags set on them. However, it is important to avoid too much competition when specifying niche tags on a link. Linex will show how competitive a niche tag is when trying to add it to a link. It will display, how many websites, slots, and links have that niche tag set on them. The simple trick to avoid too many competition is to make sure that more slots have the particular niche tag set on them than links. When more links have set a particular niche tag than slots, then it becomes a bit more difficult to rank a link for that niche tag.
Linex is currently in beta, this means it has not been fully tested yet to be completely operational. There's likely to be bugs caused by an oversight. Please report all bugs to our support team at firstname.lastname@example.org.