Have You Heard About TNX.NET?

Sell links on every page of your site to thousands of advertisers!

I heard about the TNX System on Digital Point back in September, but I never got around to trying it out. Recently, I noticed more and more bloggers posting reviews on their service, so I decided to check them out for myself. They are a new text link provider, similar to TLA – But their approach is a bit different. While most link brokers sell you one or two links with high PR, TNX does just the opposite. They sell you LOTS of low PR links instead. For as little as $11 a month you can get up to 10,000 static links to your website.

For those interested in participating as webmasters:

TNX is free for webmasters who install a TNX code on their websites. In case there is a link sold from the page of your website that has Google PR = 4, you will be getting enough points to purchase up to 800 PR0 links from 800 sites. It is OK to hold on to the points or sell them at any time! TNX will automatically calculate ratings of each page of your website and fund your account when links are sold. One TNX-Point is basically a link from one website with very low rating/parameters (YB < 500, PR0, Subject: "Leisure, Jokes...") for a month. There may be 10000 points paid for just one link, so it all depends on the rating the page that has a link placed on it. Many members that joined the TNX and created Ad Campaigns have already noticed more traffic from search engines on their websites. With TNX, you can promote unlimited amounts of websites and keywords. Within seconds, you can upload a file with thousands of unique links with different keywords.

I’m going to give it a try on a new site I recently launched, since it currently doesn’t have many backlinks. Check back with me in a month or so, and I’ll let you know how it worked out.

If you’re currently using it, let me know what you think of it so far. Thanks!

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