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Powerful Advertising By Exchanging Text Links

 
How does this work?
 

It's simple. You display links on your website, earning credits to have your link displayed on other websites.

When you signup with TextBoxTraffic , you receive a unique code to insert onto your webpage.   Every time someone visits your website, you earn up to five credits (credits based on your exchange ratio).

What happens when I sign up?
 
Upon signup, you are provided with customized code to insert into your webpage. This code automatically displays the links of other member sites. Each time your site displays these links, your account earns up to five credits (depending on the number of links you choose to display).
 
What is a credit?
 
Each credit is good to display your link once on another website. For instance, if you have 10,000 credits, then your link will be shown 10,000 times on other websites.
 
Why text links? Why not banner ads?
 

Text links have shown to outperform banner ads in click-thru ratios and effectiveness. Plus, text links can easy integrate into almost any webpage layout without disturbing or distracting visitors.
 

How many links can I display on one page?
 
You can display from 1 up to 5 links per page by grouping them in a link box. By displaying 1 link you send 1 impression, by displaying 5 links you send 5 impressions (and earn up to 5 credits).
 
How are exchange ratios calculated?
 

TextBoxTraffic uses dynamic exchane ratios that are calculated for each member based on the quality of traffic the links are displayed to. Unlike banner exchange services that have fixed and unfair exchange ratios (2:1 or 3:1), our exchange ratio is recalculated every fifteen minutes for each member.

The more clicks sent, the higher the exchange ratio is. The members whose click through ratios are highest receive 100% exchange ratio. Most members rotating relavent links on their sites have exchange ratios of 80% (4:5) to 100% (1:1). This rewards quality traffic and ensures your links are shown on the best sites.

Can I make links open in a new window?
 

We have found that visitors tend to close pop-up windows without paying them much attention, we made links to open on the same page only. This ensures that the quality of clicks stays high.  

How do I put the code into my site?
 
 

If you have trouble using a WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) program to integrate your TextBoxTraffic code, here is a master list of specific tips for the following programs:

Adobe GoLive 4.0
AOLPress
Arachnophilia
CuteHTML 1.0 Beta
Dreamweaver 2
Dreamweaver 3.0
FortuneCity
HotDog Professional 5.5
HotMetal Pro
Microsoft Frontpage
Microsoft Frontpage 2000
Net Object Fusion 4.0
Net Object Fusion 5.0
Netscape Composer
Page Mill 3.0

Adobe GoLive 4.O
To integrate our JavaScript with the Adobe GoLive 4.0 editor, make sure you:
1. Open your page in Adobe GoLive 4.0.
2. Click on the 'Source' tab.
3. Paste all of your TextBoxTraffic code between the <body> and </body> tags.
4. Click 'Preview' tab to view the result and then save the page.
Note: Do not attempt to move the banner in any other mode (such as 'Layout') after inserting the code. Doing so will alter the TextBoxTraffic code and produce script errors on the page when it is viewed in a browser.

AOLPress
We recommend that you do not use AOLPress to edit pages that contain the TextBoxTraffic JavaScript code. The current version of AOLPress does not support this code. Try using a different HTML editor or a text editor such as Notepad to integrate a tracking script to your site.

ARACHNOPHILIA
Arachnophilia works fine with the TextBoxTraffic JavaScript. However, if you do experience problems with it, please review the following:
1.Insert the original TextBoxTraffic code into your page between the <body> </body> tags.
2. Click on Preview in the dropdown menu.
3. Click on Instant View Mode to see your updated page with our tracking script in it.

CuteHTML 1.0 Beta
To integrate a tracking script with the CuteHTML editor:
1. Insert the original JavaScript code between the <body> </body> tags.
2. Save the page as an html document and open in a browser to view changes.

Dreamweaver 2
Problems with Dreamweaver may be caused by a change in the TextBoxTraffic code. To integrate properly:
1. Open your page in Dreamweaver and click on the <HTML> tab.
2. Scroll through and insert the TextBoxTraffic code into the <HTML> window anywhere between the <body> </body> tags.
3. Close the <HTML> window and save the changes to your page as a .htm document.

Dreamweaver 3.0
If you experience problems integrating the tracking script using Dreamweaver 3:
1. Open your web page in Dreamweaver 3.0.
2. Select 'HTML source code' from the 'Window' pull-down menu.
3. Make sure that any previous TextBoxTraffic code has been eliminated from your source code.
4. Copy and Paste to insert code anywhere between the <body> and </body> tags.
5. Preview in Browser to make sure that the code is inserted properly.
6. Save file.
Note: Once the TextBoxTraffic code has been inserted, the banner should not be moved in any other mode. Doing so may alter the code, producing javascript errors when it is viewed in a browser. If you wish to change the placement of the banner, the code should be completely deleted and reinserted using the above steps.

FortuneCity
If you are experiencing problems with your tracking script, FortuneCity may have altered the TextBoxTraffic code. Please remove the existing TextBoxTraffic code and follow the below steps.
1. Use File Manager to edit your selected file.
2. Add the TextBoxTraffic code between the <body> </body> tags of your editing file.
3. Click "Save Changes".

HOTDOG PROFESSIONAL 5.5
To integrate the tracking script with the HotDog Professional 5.5 editor:
1. Insert original TextBoxTraffic code between tags.
2. Click on the External Preview in the "File" Toolbar or (F9) and select a browser to view the page in.

HotMetal Pro
Paste the TextBoxTraffic code anywhere between the <Body> and </Body> tags. Ignore any markup errors.

Microsoft FrontPage
If you are experiencing problems with your tracking script, it's most likely due to FrontPage running together the TextBoxTraffic code. Please delete the TextBoxTraffic code out of your page and follow the below steps.
1. View your page in "Normal".
2. Place your cursor where you'd like to insert the TextBoxTraffic code.
3. Click on "Insert" from the dropdown menu.
4. Click on "FrontPage Componentů"
5. Click on "Insert HTML"
6. Insert the following:
<!--webbot bot="HTMLMarkup" startspan -->
Your TextBoxTraffic code here
<!--webbot bot="HTMLMarkup" endspan -->
7. Click "Ok"

Microsoft FrontPage 2000
If you edit your pages with FrontPage 2000 and are experiencing problems with your tracking script, FrontPage may have altered the TextBoxTraffic code. Please delete the TextBoxTraffic code out of your page and follow the steps below:
1. View your page in Design View (default view).
2. Click on bottom of page.
3. Click Insert > Advanced and select "HTML".
4. Place your cursor where you'd like to insert the TextBoxTraffic code.
5. Insert the following:
<!--webbot bot="HTMLMarkup" startspan -->
Your TextBoxTraffic code here
<!--webbot bot="HTMLMarkup" endspan -->
6. Click "Ok"

Net Object Fusion 4.0
The TextBoxTraffic tracking script works correctly with the Net Object Fusion 4.0 editor. If you have encountered errors, please follow the below steps.
1. Click on "Layout Properties"
2. Click on the "HTML" button
3. Click on "Beginning of Body" tab
4. Insert the TextBoxTraffic code into the text box and click "Ok"

Net Object Fusion 5.0
If you have trouble installing your TextBoxTraffic code using NetObjects Fusion 5.0, please:
1. Open page in NetObjects Fusion 5.0.
2. Click the 'HTML Source' tab.
3. Paste the TextBoxTraffic code between the and tags.
4. Click on 'Page Preview' tab.
5. Save page.
6. You may then examine the location of TextBoxTraffic in Page Preview mode.

Note: If you wish to change the location of your TextBoxTraffic tracking script, return to HTML Source, delete existing TextBoxTraffic code, and try inserting the code in a different location within the HTML.

Netscape Composer
Certain Netscape Composer software rewrites our JavaScript code into its own version. To setup TextBoxTraffic with Netscape Composer:
1) Open up your composer window.
2) Go to the preferences tab and select composer.
3) Go to the box External Editors.
4) Under HTML Source please select an editor.
5) Click on the choose button and go to your directory
6) Find either notepad.exe(Windows), or SimpleText (Macintosh) file.
7) Highlight the application and click open.
8) This selects notepad or SimpleText as your default editor. Click ok.
9) You are now ready to edit the source code and paste the TextBoxTraffic code to your page.

You can also insert our code using a text editor such as NotePad or SimpleText, or use the HTML translation abilities in many word processors. Whichever editor you use, make sure word-wrapping is turned off.

Page Mill 3.0
Problems with your TextBoxTraffic code may result from Page Mill restructuring the TextBoxTraffic code. Please remove the existing code and follow these steps:
1. On your specific page in Page Mill, click "View" from the Dropdown menu and click "Source Mode".
2. Insert original TextBoxTraffic code between tags.
3. Save the current changes to your page.
4. You can see the current changes by clicking the "View" dropdown menu and clicking on "Switch To" and then either "Netscape" or "Internet Explorer".



Other questions?
 
Send an e-mail to textbox@textboxtraffic.com and we'll be glad to help.
 
 



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