We have been working on adding a blog to the site for the last few days and are happy to finally have it ready. We will attempt to make each post an interesting read. Some of the topics we will be covering are:
- News and announcements
- Tips and tricks on how to maximise your gains from the system
- And of course SEO etc.
We encourage our readers to participate by posting comments and we are as always eager to hear of any suggestions of how we may be able to improve our service or the blog.
Excellent site & service, great re the blog, links working well on our site.
The “Join Now Free” was misleading being on the new page for The Automatic Backlinks Blog. I thought I had to join to be able to use the blog etc.
Good point, Peter.
We have added some more info to this button now and hopefully will avoid any future confusion!
I would like to know, won’t there no be a footprint for the search engine bots to see because of the script??
There is no footprint to worry about since the only output from our modules is plain HTML anchor tags.
thanks we will join
In regards to the footprint issue…
The script used actually generates a cache folder – won’t SE’s simply test for this folder to know that you’re using this service and penalize your site?
Actually…one way around this then is to edit the PHP code and change the cache folder to something random…can users do this without upsetting the rest of the script?
The cache folder name can be changed easily within the plugin code. Look for $abCacheFolderName = “automaticbacklinks_cache”; near the beginning of the plugin code. Simply change automaticbacklinks_cache to whatever you like. That said, we think the risk is minimal if left to default.