PHP reciprocal links manager
LinkMan will completely automate your reciprocal links exchange. It will require webmasters to place a link to your website on their site before they can add their link to your links page. In the LinkMan admin panel you have a special tool, that will crawl all URLs where your reciprocal link should be - if the reciprocal link wasn't found it will automatically remove link to that site from your links page. LinkMan doesn't need a SQL database to operate, it works with simple text files. Features include an admin panel, website thumbnails, Google PageRank check and display, featured links, blocking "rel" noindex and nofollow tags, blocking duplicate website submissions, powerful SPAM filter and many more!Visit publisher site: PHP reciprocal links manager
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It is the best script I have found so far. On LinkMan website, it says it will take 5 minutes to install, but it actually took me less than 1 minute to transfer the files and install. Wow... and It works as advertised. Plus, it has many options and features...I am a programmer myself and it would have taken me months to put something like this together and test. Thank You, LinkMan.
There's nothing I can say about this free reciprocal link manager but Excellent.!
Very useful. After some editing of the CSS the links page looks just awesome. However, a bit of php knowledge definitely helps if you want to customize the script to your site... just saying :)
Trying to download the free version 3 times but alywas failed due to spyware issue.
I love this program. It really works and now I rank higher in the search engines and its a great way to get backlinks.
There is absolutely no spyware in LinkMan. Some antivirus programs mistakenly mark ANY encoded PHP code as a "potential threat". More information, proof and a solution can be found in the support forum: http://developers.phpjunkyard.com/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=4161 (Username: php and Password: php)