Find, Filter and Search Pages

On the project dashboard, there were previously limited options for filtering the pages in your project. More problematic was an inability to display ALL the pages at once. This issue has been resolved by adding a new “search” function, to the right of the “page” column in the main project dashboard. The search looks up partial matches of both the URLs and their Titles. Thus you can use this to quickly find pages that might

Tutorial Videos

We have a video channel with short screencasts on how to use inLinks. https://screencast-o-matic.com/channels/cqQ66tKVu This is a central repositary for training videos, which you may also find embedded individually throughout inLinks. If you would like a training video and cannot see it here, please ask in the comments or through support. We will be happy to oblige!

How to Check if google Parsed your Javascript

Google is now extremely proficient at understanding normal .JS files and according to a Google evangelist I asked, at the time of writing, Google’s Javascript crawler  work running over pages within minutes (rather than weeks) of the main crawler seeing new content. inlinks.net code is certainly indexed happily by Google, but if you would like to check for yourself here’s a small and usefull trick… How to test your Javascript is Indexed 1) Go here

Bug Fixes week ending 18th October 2019

We did have a problem with email delivery from the system, which was blocking some people from confrimimh their email addresses. This is now resolved. We added a link to the pricing page from the homepage as some people did not spot the pricing below the fold. On the whole the system has been working quite well though! Here’s what we are working on: The ability to manually add links into text A better .js

How to associate target entities to web pages for semantic SEO

Summary To optimize for Semantic Search, you need landing pages which are associated with entities. Entities cannot just be keywords or search phrases. They are named concepts that you would see in a reputable encyclopedia. In semantic SEO, Wikipedia is the most important of these. Here are some examples on how to select your target entities with InLinks. Example 1: A transactional site Let’s consider a site marketing jewellery. This site is divided into two

Why do some links have #body appended?

If inLinks generates an Internal link which would duplicate an existing link already on a page, it appends #body to the new link, to differentiate it from the other link. This is to ensure that the link gets “counted”. For example, in the navigation, the site is likely to link to the home page from every page. Assuming you associate the home page to a topic, all links to the homepage that are generated by

Onboarding – Setting Topics

[A much more detailed help post on topic association is here] After signing up for a free account for the first time, Inlinks tries to help you get underway. The two most important things to set up quickly are: 1: Adding the Javascript Code on the site and2: Associating some topics to target landing pages. This help page looks at the second point. While you were confirming your email address, Inlinks was getting ready to

Modifying Schema on InLinks

The Schema tab lists all the pages that InLinks has created schema for. This is one of the best uses of InLinks. You no longer need to contact the wbemaster every time the schema needs updating and more importantly, our Knowledge Graph analysis does a great job of automatingthe whole process. Reviewing, adding or removing schema This is the default schema created for my personal blog home page. the great thing is that we create

JS Code FAQs

It only takes one line of code on your website for InLinks to save you hundreds of hours on tasks that few web owners ever have time to carry out. Adding the code is the single most important step in the on-boarding process. This page talks about how to add the code and sets out to our strict policies on what we can and cannot do with the code. The short version On registering, you