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Link Rotator Script by HomeBizRotator

Welcome to the HomeBizRotator link rotator script blog.

What is a link rotator script?  A link rotator script is a tool that lets you send visitors to one URL, and the script will rotate to a different destination URL with every visit.

For example, you send traffic to a certain link, like http://homebizrotator.com/rotate .  Upon each visit you will see a different website is displayed in order:

Link1 – http://LOLFunTime.com
Link2 – http://rotatorscript.com
Link3 – http://MonthtoMonthMobile.com
Link1 – http://LOLFunTime.com
Link2 – http://rotatorscript.com
etc.

Why would you want to rotate links?

I found the need to rotate links when I wanted to do an advertising coop.  I wanted to collect a pool of money for advertising to get a special discounted rate.  Each member who participated in the coop, provided me with a fee for each coop spot.  Then, I would direct traffic from the traffic source to the rotator URL and each coop member would get visits to their web site.

Upon searching for a link rotation script, I could not find a script that did what I needed to do.  I did find a service that would do it for me, but there was a monthly fee associated to the service.  I didn’t want to pay a monthly fee, so I started looking for a rotation script.

Most link rotators that I found were random link rotator scripts.  I theory, if you have enough traffic every link in a random rotator script should get about the same amount of views.  But, I wanted to be sure that each coop member would get the same number of views and they to do this is with a sequential link rotator script.

So, I decided to build a script that would do what I needed it to do.  The HomeBizRotator website rotator script was born.

The rotator script was just what I needed or a coop link rotator, and worked very well.

I soon discovered several other uses for the link rotator script.

I finally started this blog to help educate you on the HomeBizRotator script, to handle support questions, and to let you know of new uses for the rotator script.

Mike

Originally posted 2009-03-04 13:03:58.