ATTN: Radio Scanner Web Site Ownders, get more traffic/help users find your site.

ATTN: Radio Scanner Web Site Ownders, get more traffic/help users find your site.

Post by (Remove xx to ema » Fri, 13 Jun 1997 04:00:00

If your the Webmaster of a radio scanner web page then you need to
check out:

http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/Lab/1060/scnrng.htm

This is the Radio Scanner Web Ring Page.

This is a new concept in linking the many pages on the Internet
related to radio scanner use.

With this new system you will be able to get to any scanner related
web site in the ring, even if the site goes dark. Get a list/index of
scanner related sites. No more searching endlessly at AltaVista,
WebCrawler, Yahoo etc. without success!

Add your site to the queue to be added to the Radio Scanner WebRing
today. Just drop by the URL above, and fill the form out. (Webmasters
Only, please!)

Get more hits/visitors to your page today!

Want more information on WebRing? Check out the URL below, for
complete details:

http://www.webring.net  

Does it work:

Check these stats:

Traffic over past 8 weeks:  (6/12/97)

Total Hits:904
Next:100
Skip:9
Previous:9
Skip Previous:4
Next 5:47
Previous 5:0
Random:89

There is NO cost, NO commercial content, COMPLETE privacy, you will
NOT receive SPAM MAIL.

Add some simple HTML code to your page, and your done!

The only goal of this concept is to promote Radio Scanner Web Pages!

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http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/Lab/1060/
Radio Scanner Web Ring - Find a scanner web site quickly!
http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/Lab/1060/scnrng.htm
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ATTN: Radio Scanner Web Site Ownders, get more traffic/help users find your site.

Post by D Sta » Tue, 17 Jun 1997 04:00:00


I'm still waiting for an answer to the question I asked last month.



Quote:>With this new system you will be able to get to any scanner related
>web site in the ring, even if the site goes dark. Get a list/index of

How is this accomplished?  Is a copy of my website cached, or will
visitors to the Ring see the current, updated version?

de Dave, NF2G
NF2G Scannist Pages
www.ggw.org/nf2g

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