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Ask and Receive™ is a full-featured Reciprocal Link management system intended to be installed on any web site which provides PHP language support.
Ask and Receive™ Increases quality traffic to your site with out any cost and without any gimmicks or SPAM. Links to your web site from other sites is the best way to get your web site 'top listed' in search engines. In addition, having outgoing links from your site which link to noteworthy and 'top listed' sites is considered by SEO's (Search Engine Optimizers) as another excellent method to increase your site's ranking. With Ask and Receive™ you let visitors automatically add their own links to your site and then approve which links you want to accept. Also, with Ask and Receive™ you can add outgoing links directly to your own site, and 'nudge' those site owners to return the favor by linking to you. Ask and Receive™ has been designed with enhanced Search Engine Optimization features. This means that the link pages that are set up on your web site will be highly visible to search engines such as Google and will help your overall page rank index and page visibility, and will do so using proper and acceptable methods, considered good-practice by Google and other search engines.
With Ask and Receive™ you can wait for visitors to enter their requests for reciprocal links, or you can "nudge" a site by adding a link to them first. This is the "being nice first" feature, and allows you to rapidly add a set of high-caliber out-going links on your site while simultaneously "nudging" those site owners to return the favor by linking back to your site: and Ask and Receive™ generates and then emails to these other site owners all the HTML code needed for your link.
Contains over 50 user editable features in the rl_vars.php file. This file can either be edited with a text editor, or, depending on the configuration of your ISP's installation of PHP, can be edited from the Ask and Receive™ Admin menu. All source code provided