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Old 05-08-2002, 10:44 AM   #1
JakeJeck
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Default In-Link vs. Links SQL

I was wondering if anyone on the board could voice their opinions about the above two Portal type scripts.

Links SQLLinks SQL from gossamer threads. I installed links 2.0 from GT about two weeks ago and found it very easy to use and update, so I'm assuming Links SQL would be similar.

In-LinkIn-Link from intechnic corp. I haven't used this product but really like some of the looks and features of it. It's also cheaper than Links SQL and written in PHP (which I know and would be able to heavily customize).

Can anyone here give their experiences with either product, good or bad of course. Also if you know of another similar script, post a URL please.
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Old 05-08-2002, 09:28 PM   #2
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Default Re: In-Link vs. Links SQL

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Originally posted by JakeJeck
I was wondering if anyone on the board could voice their opinions about the above two Portal type scripts.

Links SQLLinks SQL from gossamer threads. I installed links 2.0 from GT about two weeks ago and found it very easy to use and update, so I'm assuming Links SQL would be similar.

In-LinkIn-Link from intechnic corp. I haven't used this product but really like some of the looks and features of it. It's also cheaper than Links SQL and written in PHP (which I know and would be able to heavily customize).

Can anyone here give their experiences with either product, good or bad of course. Also if you know of another similar script, post a URL please.
HyperSeek - http://www.hyperseek.com is similar product.

I've used all three - some for my sites, others for clients.

It really depends on what you're looking to do.

If you're looking to integrate directory/search functionality into an existing site, I would get In-Link.

If you're looking to do a portal/search engine/directory sort of thing, I would get LinksSQL from Gossamer... but if you're looking to do a CPC Search Engine, I would get HyperSeek & their Jackhammer plugin..

I would encourage you to try all three out and see what works best for you.

Take care,
Bryan
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