LinkedWords (LW) is an innovative contextual platform built upon millions of English words and phrases organized into contextual categories, paths, pages and URLs using basic semantics whose mission is to maximize contextual linking among web sites across the Web. Since its launch in June 2006 LW's concept has essentially proven to be very effective vehicle in helping web sites get contextually linked in on a content area level so that Internet users and smart robots discover their information in context resulting in highly relevant visitors for them.
Think of LinkedWords (LW) as “social networking site” aimed at and meant for web sites instead of for people. The way people connect to each other, gather together in family, friend and professional groups by interests at social networking utilities like Facebook™, MySpace™ and LinkedIn™ the same thing web sites do at LinkedWords. Here web sites get contextually linked in LW' platform on a content area level through targeted linked words to connect to each other on relevancy principles and group by context and by interests in an effort to become more visible and be found in context on web.
Networking your web site among and in competition with more than 100M web sites worldwide has never been an easy thing to do, but sites contextually linked in LW's platform are gathering together by context, relevancy and interests to stand out, share targeted communities, users, visitors and reach to potential clients all for free. So it seems LW is the first and only “social networking site” not for people, but for web sites. In other words, LW does for web sites what popular social networking sites do for people!
Today, 2.5 years since its launch, LW is reaching more than 1M unique visitors per month, mainly shared among the sites linked in, thankfully to and derived from more than 100,000 content areas from around the Web contextually linked in its platform through targeted linked words. LW's platform capacity has some 38M more words organized in proper contextual paths that remain yet to be contextually linked in.
1) Once your site is contextually linked in LW's platform (by hyper-linking strategic words and phrases organically in the texts of your site to the same words/phrases at LW within the appropriate categories and contextual paths) it helps our platform start sending you targeted traffic from what the platform's current reach is - 1M/mo, 4.5M for the entire 2007 and almost 10M for 2008;
2) It also helps contextually connected web sites through LW drive precisely targeted traffic among themselves by connecting content areas with the same context around Web anytime other sites link to the same words/phrases at LW from within the same or highly relevant context;
3) It guides software agents and algorithmic robots discover (your) information in context. Contextual categories, paths, semantic URLs and in-context hyper-links are format that can be read, understood and used by software agents, thus permitting them to find, classify and organize your information in context on Web;
4) It also helps common users find relevant information (could be yours) on-demand, in the context of the subject they are reading around the Web, by clicking on the same contextually... linked words! Visitors coming from static in-context hyper-links inside meaningful text contextually relevant to your content are highly likely to be targeted at a very precise level;
5) And the last but not the least, it is FREE for your web site to contextually connect to and link in the LW's platform and start getting targeted traffic, today.
Ok, but how do I contextually link my site to LW's platform? After getting familiar with how it's done you can browse or search the 38,050,000+ English words-, phrases- and sentences-based pages and categories organized into contextual paths, find the strategic ones for your web site / content and get then contextually linked in. If no words or phrases are found [yes, that's also possible despite the millions of words we've already put together :-)] for your specific content, or they are not in the right contextual paths/categories, you can always create your own words and phrases in the most appropriate paths/categories to match your page’s context and in order to precise your contextual connections. You can link your web site in LW's platform through as many contextual links as you want - there is no limit you can do that with as little as 1 and as much as 1M should you want to. While linking your site contextually in LW keep in mind 1) the context of your page, in which you make your linked words, matches the contextual path to the words/phrases you make the contextual links to at LW’s platform, and 2) you link only words/phrases that grammatically belong to and are organically found within sentences inside your text and these linked words are surrounded by meaningful content otherwise no precise contextual connections can be created, which yields no results and is ground for deletion. Proper contextual paths/categories and meaningful in-text linked words yield considerably better contextual results. Alternatively, practical examples of already linked words can anytime be seen below.
(last updated Dec 04, 2008 (previous revisions from May 20 & Jan 23 2008)