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Friday, April 16, 2010

Would you like to get a link to your blog or website?

Get a link

If your answer is affirmative then you’re very close to getting it by just following two simple steps: leave a comment on this entry and send an email to:

email leo

Indicating the blog or website you want us to link. Moreover, you need to attach a favicon, an image whose size is 16x16 and .png, .jpg or .gif (not animated) format.

And, where’s the trick?

Well, there’s no trick or small print. There are mainly three reasons for this initiative.

  1. To be grateful to our readers and followers for the things that we have achieved with the blog: +450 RSS subscribers, +1100 twitter followers and hundreds of daily visits to the blog. And more than 60 followers. Many thanks to everyone!
  2. We usually receive emails asking for a link exchange. In Learn English Online we don’t do link exchanges, but there are several ways to get a link from us: with a sponsored post, writing a guest post, being a collaborator and now leaving a comment!
  3. For reasons of design, this initiative will add colour and new life to the blog.
There are just two restrictions that you should bear in mind:
  1. We reserve the right to accept or reject the creation of the link depending of the content of your blog or website (pages with content considered racist, sexist etc won’t be accepted).
  2. The validity period for the link will always be monthly and with a minimum duration of a month from the moment this post is published.
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Don’t take too long as the number of links that we offer is limited and the first people that leave their comment and send a valid icon (16x16) will be the ones that get the link.

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18 comments:

Mariette Lobo and Kathleen Henderson said...

Great idea to have a link to our website. Our web address is: www.learnenglish-inscotland.com. Many thanks. Mariette Lobo and Kathleen Henderson.

Anonymous said...

Congratulations on the initiative. We love your posts! We are a Spanish agency which promotes English language courses abroad. www.aulaingles.es

C. said...

Great idea!!! And your page is fantastic.

I just started a blog about english tests.

The address is: http://www.learn-english-fce-ielts-toefl.blogspot.com/

Thanks!

cadhmd said...

Wonderful manner of making your blog colorful and dynamic through the collaboration with others!

Where I work, English Metas, is an English center in Barcelona promoting collaborative English learning.

www.englishmetas.com

bnjohn said...

oh, I've never seen this Idea before, try to see this adress

http://fastest-english.blogspot.com

jens said...

Salut,

nice idea this link bar.
It would have been even better for you if people could see a preview or some info on hovering over the icons. (like with snapshots)
You could ask people for their favicon (32x32). They have one anyway. :)

My site is here: (we are a French non-profit)
http://www.babelcoach.net/

beautiful_car said...

Thank you for this cool idea,
I think you're a kind person

Thanks a lot.

ridanrekas said...

wooow, super man,

I think that this is one of the best things that I will remember my whole life!!

Thanks to you, I love this idea!!!

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Allen said...

Thank you for the opportunity! I find your blog topics interesting and I look forward to more in the future! I'm currently teaching in Japan and will recommend some of your posts to my students for practice. Thanks again!
www.alsensei.com

Iberidiomas said...

Great initiative! Our website will also link to your site and recommend it to our students.
If you want to see us, we are
www.iberidiomas.com

Frank said...

Hi there! A really useful blog that I will no doubt be telling my readers about shortly. I've just sent you an email with my details and a favicon. I just set up a blog a couple of weeks ago to teach idiomatic expressions and phrasal verbs through popular comic strips:
http://www.natively-speaking-comics.blogspot.com/
Thanks a ton!
Frank

six sigma certification said...

This is indeed a great way to do things not many people have such great innovative ideas have already started following you on twitter.

Gaby said...

What a wonderful way of expanding the English learing and teaching community!

Thank you for this awesome post!

Gaby
www.englishlci.com

Saranya said...

Wonderful site to improve the language and vocabulary as well.Great effort . kudos:)
Have a look at my site too:
http://saranya-purushoth.blogspot.com/

Saranya said...

I've linked back your site in my blog. You can check out at
http://saranya-purushoth.blogspot.com/2011/05/verb-series-formation-of-questions.html

El Bostezador said...

Hello! Ed from the Englishbox here http://youtube.com/englischbox / http://englishbox.co.uk - I saw you've posted some of my videos and would like to congratulate you on a fantastic site. It's brilliant to see all the Youtube teachers' lessons grouped together so students can really benefit from our output and approach topics from different angles. Keep checking our page. As of July 17th I'll be making videos daily and offering a free class every day that up to 1000 people can attend and participate in. Best wishes and keep up the good work! Ed

Brian said...

Hello,

I'm interested in a link, if it's still available! My name is Brian and I am an American English teacher living in Japan. I blog and run an online Skype school. I just found this website and very excited I found it!!

www.gotravelenglish.com/ja

 

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