As you know our Sidebar and Twitter Media themes have a cool feature – promo-blocks creation. When you want to promote some web-resources – a web-site, or your personal page on Facebook and LinkedIn, or a blog etc, you can use promo-blocks creation option offered by Linkis Sidebar and Twitter Media themes.
That’s how the Twitter Media Theme promo-block looks like (outlined with red rectangle)
It’s been a long time since we posted updates about Linkis new features. But now we are happy to inform that you can promote your sites, blogs, projects etc in Twitter Media theme! So, if you prefer dark (black) design – this opportunity will perfectly fit your needs.
The way to create promos in this theme is the same as in Sidebar theme (click here to check the tutorial). Do it in your settings
You already know how to use our themes and what are they meant for. Now we want to help you to choose one theme that will suit you the best.
At the moment, we have 6 different themes, which you can find at Linkis settings (you need to log in first). They all can be used to solve different tasks from promo-blocks creation to statistical data analyses. Let’s see what is the difference and the gist of each of them.
This theme adds a neat light-grey bar to the right side of the page which can be also rolled up to a thin sharing panel. The theme offers great variety of options: sharing to the majority of popular social networks, polls creation, caption adding, statistical data of page popularity presented in figures and graphs. But the best in the theme is promo-blocks creation. Continue reading →
Few days ago we received a new feedback from our good old user. That person became our user when we had just started making first steps. And his advises have always been helpful. This time he said: I have a new customer, he wants me to tweet links to his product at Google Market. But Google Market doesn’t allow proceeding with Linkis. We analyzed our audience and noticed that lots of our Twitter users place ads in their tweets, including Google Market links etc.
And we solved that problem! Now, to post an original link without unauthorizing Linkis you simply need to add a special hash tag to it: #NLN. Which literally means “no Linkis proceeding for this tweet”.
A tweet with hash tag #NLN will include an original link. A tweet of our user without hash tag #NLN will include a custom link. Easy as a pie!
How was your week? Did you work hard? Here at Linkis we did! And now, at least, we are happy to represent our new function: RT button! Aaaand…a special pop-up so that your followers retweet you for sure. To get the pop-up to the page you share simply add#RT hash tag to you tweet.
We’ve already posted about our new theme which allows you to make promos, but this post will be even more specific. We’ll show you what’s the point of creating promos with Linkis and how to make them in the best way.
First of all, watch this videoguide. It will teach you how to make promos step-by-step
As we’ve announced, we are launching some great updates! You will certainly love them from the first sight. Why? Because now you can advertise yourself for FREE with Linkis‘ new theme! You can use every site you share with Linkis as your advertising platform by placing a link you’d like to promote on it. And everyone who follow the link you’ve shared will see it! Isn’t it exciting?
Read this step-be-step guide on how to get a maximum benefit from this offer:
We have some updates that we’d like to share with you. We’ve finally released mobile themes. Now, following the link processed with Linkis on your mobile device (whether it’s iOS, Android or other) your destination page will look like this:
As you can see, mobile theme is almost invisible and very userfriendly. Linkis bar is easy-to-hide and it looks like a tiny panel.
But when you need to share the page, when you want to like it or to see the source link – simply expand it with one click. And then roll it up with the small button on the right.