Why do you need my Facebook data and friends lists?

Tags: facebook, login


We do not!

The permissions requested by us from Facebook are only the email and public profile, just to validate the existence of the user. 

Our process of getting the users email and entry are set like so to be compliant with the GDPR that came into effect in May 2018. 


How to add a photo from FaceBook to a link party?

Tags: facebook, photo


To add an image from Facebook to a link party, click first on the Facebook photo to view it and then just copy the URL from the top of the browser.
Make sure the photo is publicly viewable.


How to crop a link thumbnail image?

Tags: crop, thumbnail


To crop a link thumbnail image:

1. Click on the triple line button at the top right corner of the thumbnail you want to crop to open the cropping page


Crop a thumbnail


2. Drag the cropping handles around the desired area

Adjust the cropping handles


3. Apply.

Why do I get the message "The InLinkz widget is not allowed in this website" and how can I fix it?

Tags: widget, not allowed


If you get the following message, when add the InLinkz widget to your blog,
The InLinkz widget is not allowed in this website
you need to add your blog address to your Blog Settings (Settings> My Blogs), in order to allow the  widget to be displayed in your website.


I can see some entries in my LinkUp that are not there when I go to my dashboard. What are these?

Tags: free, ads


Free accounts are ad-supported and the links you see are ads. These keep the service free and you cannot remove them. If you upgrade your account, the ads are instantly removed. When your account expires or you fall back to the free plan, the ads are re-added to your LinkUps.


400 Bad Request Request Header Or Cookie Too Large

Tags: chrome, error, cookie, 400


Please, clear your browser cache (http://www.wikihow.com/Clear-Your-Browser's-Cache) or try to use another browser.

​The issue is due to chrome's cookie storage space and is only affecting your own browser.

Don't worry, your readers are seeing the linkup correctly

Why the thumbnails of my link party are not showing up in my blog post?

Tags: wordpress, thumbnails, images, not shown up, code


Most probably the code you put is for the wordpress.com blogs.

If your blog's installation is on a self-hosted wordpress.org platform, blogger or typepad,
then remove the code you have already added to you blog and grab the first code of the code dialog, as shown below:


Code dialog



This will display the linkup inside the blog post.

If your blog hosted on wordpress.com, then no widget is allowed to be displayed inside your posts.
For this kind of installations, you can only use the second code of the code dialog which presents a button for your users to see the linkup on an external page. 

How to change the blog URL I have associated with Inlinkz?

Tags: change blog url, manage blogs


To change the blog URL you have associated with Inlinkz, go to your Settings (1) and from the Profile list on the left, select My Blogs (2).

Add a new blog URL (3) as well as a few related keywords (4).
Manage your Blogs

As soon as you add the new URL, the delete option will be displayed.

Click on the reb bin on the right to delete the URL you need to be removed.

Delete a Blog URL

A quick note:
If you have tied the URL of a specific blogpost and not the generic URL of your blog and you need to replace it, add first a "dummy" URL (for example "www.example.com") so as the system will let you delete the old blogspost URL and then add the generic blog URL. 


Why some new submitted links are hidden from my link party collection?

Tags: moderate links, advanced options, backlinks


If you have enabled the require backlinks option from the +Advanced options, then, each time a entrant submits a link that doesn't comply with this ruleset,
the link won't be displayed in your collection, until you moderate it.

Once you approve that link, it will be displayed normally in your party. If you reject it, it will be deleted from your collection permanently.



I am an old InLinkz user with a running subscription. What are my options

Tags: price, subscription


Legacy accounts are plans for users like you, that are already subscribed to the old inlinkz.
You keep the $2.99 pricing as is, through your current subscription and get all fresh features as well.

Make sure you create a fresh account with the same email as the one you are using in the old system.
You will be assigned the Legacy plan. 

No need to do anything from your side.

Thank you so much for being our customer so far! 

(In case you have signed up with a different email, let us know, to sync your accounts)

How do I add a link to a link party?

Tags: link party, submit, link


(You can find a more detailed walkthrough on how to add your links in a party in our blogpost here or watch the video below)




Quick guide:
  1. Click on the +Add Link button to expand the link options
  2. Type the URL of your link in the URL field. Images will be loaded automatically in the area below.
  3. Optionally you can change the Caption text.
    • The Email address will be entered automatically.
  4. Select one of the images listed in the area below or you can upload an image manually with the Upload tab.
  5. Save your submission.

What does the red exclamation mark on my link party board means?

Tags: moderate links


That mark means you have at least one submitted link in your party that needs moderation.
Moderating links


If you have enabled the require backlinks option from the +Advanced options, then, each time entrants submit links that don't comply with this ruleset, these links won't be displayed in the collection, until you moderate them. Once you approve a link, it will be displayed normally in your party. Though, if you reject it, it will be permanently deleted from your collection.


How to collect my guests' emails for my mailing list?

Tags: entries, guests emails, mailing list


You can easily collect your guests' email addresses by clicking on the Guests page at the top of your Inlinkz dashboard.
Guests page


Sort them by the number of links (1) or the last submitted link (2).
Sort links

Export these emails to an excel file or upload them directly to your mailchimp list.
Export mailing list

Learn how you can make the most out of the Guests page here.

How to require a backlink?

Tags: backlink, link party, advanced options


InLinkz link parties can help you build your incoming links by requiring backlinks from your entants to your blog.

Through the required backlinks feature, you can force your readers to add a direct link that points from their site to yours.

This backlink acts as a good referral from other blogs so it is beneficial to your pagerank. 

To require a backlink, click to expand the +Advanced options, while creating or editing a link party.

Enable the "Require back links" option.

Once you enable it, the blog(s) you want your readers to point to will be displayed. You can set or change your blogs from your Settings > My Blogs.

Required Backlinks

When entrants submit links that Inlinkz is unable to verify their backlinks, the system will still add them to the collection but they will not be displayed on hosts' blog, until they moredate them. The hosts will receive an email about the pending for moderation links and as soon as they approve them from their dashboard > Manage links, the links will be displayed in their collection.





How to share code for InLinkz blog hops?

Tags: bloghop, co-hosts, link party, share code


Once you have created a party on the fresh InLinkz, you can share it with your co-hosts by sending them your code.

To do that, just click to copy the code of a link party:
Click to copy the code

 
Paste the code as a plain text (we usually use the https://pastebin.com/ to share codes) and then send it to them.

 
Copy the InLinkz code and share it

In case you want them only to add their links and not to add your party on their blogs, you can just send them the unique link of the party you will find at the bottom of the same code window:

Unique url for your InLinkz Link Party


Once your co-hosts add the code on their html editing mode of their blog, your link party will be displayed to their blogs as well.

Note: If your co-hosts blog installastion is on wordpress.com, copy and send them the code for wordpress.com sites.

Why do I need to verify my entry?

Tags: verification, email, widget


Big changes are happening around your personal data rights and we have built Inlinkz to reflect these changes.

Willing to keep your info safe & sound, you need to verify your entry, before you submit a link for the first time (verifying only takes a few seconds and you need to do it only once). After verifying your email, you can add links to all InLinkz link parties without the need for re-verification.


GDPR
The email verification process is a needed change due to the GDPR which states that email and IP address constitute personal data. We cannot provide data to hosts or collect it in any way, without getting the consent of entrants (you).

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Prevent unauthorized people (third parties) to add links for you without your permission
By verifying your email allows us to detect if a third party tries to add a link under your email without your permission. This means that if emails are entered from a completely different state/country from the verification state/country, a block is placed until re-verification to keep your email and account safe. 

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Spam
Through the verification process we are also able to control spam links and prevent automatic mass-adding of links that has happened in some occasions on the previous versions. We want to make sure that every link added to a link party is real and not automatically added by a bot and that behind each entry is a person that will also visit your own entries in the same party.
 
We take your privacy very seriously to keep your data safe and reap all the benefits when adding your entries to any InLinkz linkup.

Extended benefits 

Logging in to Inlinkz, you can:
* see how many clicks you receive from each of your entries
* your link history
* automatic completion 



Why do I get a message 'This connection is not secure' ?

Tags: widget, https, http


The message about an insecure connection might appear on some browsers only when the parent/host site is served over the 'http' protocol and not 'https'. You can check the URL bar to see the protocol a website uses.

This issue does not affect  the inlinkz app and your communication with our service is 100% secure.
Our website follows all security recommendations regarding credential and transaction safety and it is fully 'https' compliant.