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Add your blog review of Girne to Chillweek

Do you have a review of Girne on your blog? If you include one of the Chillweek image links (shown below) in your post, we'll automatically link to your review from the Girne page. Here's how our Chillback system works:

  1. Include one of our image links in your Girne review blog post.
  2. Chillweek will notice that you're linking to one of our pages. We'll scan your blog.
  3. We'll show a link to your blog post from the Girne page on Chillweek.

The Chillback system is free and automatic. It's really that easy. Read our FAQ for details.

Image links

To link to our Girne page using one of these images, copy the html on the right to your web page. The image will update automatically as the Girne popularity and information changes.

Girne on Chillweek.com
Girne on Chillweek.com

FAQ

  • What exactly is a Chillback?

    A Chillback is an automatic link from an Chillweek Girne page to your blog post. You review the Girne on your blog, we'll link to your post. The link appears in a special Blogs section on each Chillweek Girne page.

  • Why would I want to use it?

    Here at Chillweek, we prominently display blogger reviews. If you use Chillbacks, Chillweek users will see an excerpt from your review, and many of them will click through to your blog.

  • How long will it take for my blog link to appear on Chillweek?

    It can take a few days for your blog to complete our approval process. Don't expect your posts to appear immediately on Chillweek.

  • How does Chillweek prevent spam?

    We have measures in place to prevent abuse. There is also a manual approval process for each new blog.

  • I don't think it's working, what should I do?
    • It can take a few days for your blog to complete our approval process. Don't expect your posts to appear immediately on Chillweek.
    • Did you copy and paste the exact HTML code above? This code is specific to each Girne, so you need to copy and paste each time.
    • Does your blog's HTML page include a tag? Most blog readers use this mechanism to find your feed. We use it too.
    • Did you put our chillback code in the blog post? Be sure you didn't put it in a sidebar or footer by mistake.
    • The chillback should appear on your blog as an image (as shown on the left above) and not as HTML code. If it doesn't appear as an image, and you are using Blogger, click on "Post settings" along the right-hand side of the post composition window. Then, click on "Options", and make sure "Interpret typed HTML" is selected. If you are using Wordpress, be sure to select the "Text" tab instead of the "Visual" tab at the top of your blog's post composition window. Then remove the chillback code from your post and copy and paste it again from Chillweek into your post.
    • Try doing a forced refresh of the page after you've published a post (on your blog) with a chillback. This helps to ensure that our system detects the chillback as quickly as possible and processes it correctly. Below are instructions on how to do a forced refresh on various browsers:
      • Internet Explorer: Hold down the Ctrl key and press the F5 key.
      • Firefox: If using Windows, hold down the Ctrl key and press the F5 key. If using a Mac, hold down the Cmd key and press the F5 key.
      • Google Chrome: If using Windows, hold down the Ctrl key and press the F5 key. If using a Mac, hold down the Cmd key and press the R key.
      • Safari: Hold Shift and click the Reload button in the toolbar.
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