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iAward 60813-0811 iAward 60813-0811 iAward - $0.00 Version 60813-0811
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Allow users to sign up for an award on your site. You will have the opportunity to approve or reject the site and they will be sent the code automatically to place the award image on their home page.

Exchanging links back to your site is still one of the key ways to increase traffic. Finding creative ways to get these links has always been difficult.

With this script, you can starting giving out your own 'site award.' Visitors will be sent special HTML code which they can insert in their pages, and this code links back to you!

Want targeted traffic? Only give out awards to sites with relevant content. Do you have a site about ezines? Give your 'EZine Appreciation Award' to these sites so they'll link back to you. It's a great way to get noticed, and your visitors will appreciate the attention you give them.


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iAward is great. I've been using it for a few years and just came by to see if there were any updates. Thanks for making a great program. It's been wonderful.
Jason

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