Date: April 29, 2018

This blog hop is open to all demonstators Globally. 

Retiring Products Blog Hop: April 29, 2018 – live at 8pm EST  
 (Use the time converter to find the time in your part of the world) 

Please read details carefully and watch video if you are unsure of how to use the Inlinkz system. 

Contact me with questions.

*NOTE: Max capacity is 50 Hoppers. 

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Please add any shopping carts AFTER the links to names.  
(Any blogs with shopping carts/carousels before lineup will simply be removed)

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Graphics – right click and save to this master graphic to your computer. i encourage you to add your name and blog address personalizing this graphic.

retiring products blog hop

Any questions- janet@remarkablycreated.com

Blog Post must be scheduled to go live at 8pm Eastern Standard Time on Sunday, April 29, 2018.
*Use this date/time converter to set your blog post to go live at the equivalent time for your time zone

STEPS TO PLAYING ALONG
a. Right Click and Save Blog hop Graphic above to use in your post
b. Click InLinkz graphic below to add your permalink (specific link to your blog post – not  your blog but actual post)
c. Add html code to your blog- see video below
d. If using links to products / shopping carousels – they MUST be added AFTER the Inlinkz code

MORE TIPS
1. You will not see the list of hoppers on your blog UNLESS you click to see a preview of your blog from within your blog – please check to see if you can see the list
2. After adding your name to the list below you will see a trashcan – that’s ok

How to insert the codes this is an IMPORTANT step – please read!
1. Create and schedule or create a draft of your post then add your Perma link using the InLinkz button below
2. Open & Edit your post by adding the code (html or text depending on your blogging platform) provided when you add your Permalink

 

Here is a quick video tutorial –


 

Code for your Blog:

Code for self-hosted WordPress (not on WordPress.com), Blogger, Typepad , DBWS and Tumblr:

<!-- start InLinkz script -->
<script type="text/javascript" src="https://www.inlinkz.com/cs.php?id=774265"></script>
<!-- end InLinkz script -->

 

Code for WordPress.com:

<!-- start InLinkz script -->
<a rel='nofollow' href="http://www.inlinkz.com/new/view.php?id=774265">
<img style="border:0px" src="https://www.inlinkz.com/img/wp/wpImg.png"></a>
<!-- end InLinkz script -->

 

MORE SPECIFIC Information if needed –

How to insert the codes:

 

IMPORTANT!

In order to insert the code, you need to put it in your blog, while being in the “text” (or HTML as blogger names it) mode of your blog editor. Switching back to preview will most probably remove part of the code and it will appear as it is loading. Without this script tag, the code will never load and you will have to re-enter the code in your blog.

Please take extra care with this step.

The best way is to publish/schedule the post as soon as you put the code in text/HTML mode and do not switch in preview. (this is true with every code out there, not just InLinkz)

If you are unsure of the previous step, you can try putting the code in a very old post of yours and try it. You will not alarm your users with a notification of a new post and you will see how it works.

Please try experimenting a bit before actually posting a linkup for the first time in your blog as this may save you time and readers in the process.

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Inserting code in blogger.

 

 

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Inserting code in wordpress.

 

 

Experiment

If you are unsure of the previous step, you can try putting the code in a very old post of yours and try it. You will not alarm your users with a notification of a new post and you will see how it works. Please try experimenting a bit before actually posting a linkup for the first time in your blog as this may save you time and readers in the process.

 

WordPress.org plugin

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For bloggers with their own wordpress.org-based, self-hosted blog, there is a link to a wordpress plugin that, once installed to your blog, will allow you to use the shortcodes also available from the “get script” page.

The advantage of the plugin is that your linkups are immediately visible in your blog preview and you do not have to be careful about switching between Text and Preview modes as the shortcode is compatible with both.

You can see an example of the code in the above image

 

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