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We encourage you to link to electronicIraq.net, including to any individual pages or sections that you wish to link to. You do not need to ask permission to link to our site. Pages will never move in the future without a redirect so your links will not break. A 16K, 468x60 pixel, JPG banner ad appears below:
If you wish to host dynamic headlines from any of our content streams, see the paragraph about Syndication below.
Electronic Iraq offers an excellent free service to friendly websites to enable your webmasters to add small boxes of dynamically-updating headlines about the US-Iraq crisis. Selections may include any or all of our content sections. Choose from News & Analysis, Opinion/Editorial, Iraq Diaries, International Law, Aid & Development, Art, Music & Culture and Action & Activism.
To begin, access our web feed generator, choose the content you need, customise the exact look of the headlines to match your website's design, and copy the code to your site. When we add an article to any content section, any headlines that include that content section on your site will be instantly updated.
Freshly changing content on your page encourages repeat visitors to your site, even when the links lead elsewhere, a "portal effect ". Adding syndicated content from electronicIraq.net or from our sister site electronicIntifada.net is a great way of offering trusted content to your visitors. Here is an example of our Action and Activism feed in use on the website of the Michiana Peace and Justice Coalition.
|Above: Homepage of the Michiana Peace and Justice Coalition (MPJC). The arrow points to syndicated headlines from Electronic Iraq's Action & Activism section. Click here to visit the site and see them working.|
The Electronic Iraq and Electronic Intifada servers have multiple power backups, redundant connections to the Internet, and 24 hour network monitoring. With a 99.9% uptime, your visitors -- all else being equal -- will not experience any delays resulting from our servers.
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