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linkable

Syllabification: link·a·ble
Pronunciation: /ˈliNGkəbəl
 
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Definition of linkable in English:

adjective

1Capable of being linked with or to something: a phenomenon linkable to certain temporary circumstances in America
More example sentences
  • Internet users probably don't even realize that AOL, Google, etc., are keeping logs of their searches, logs which in many if not most cases are linkable to a particular user.
  • Linkable rubber gym mats are laser cut to ensure a tight fit yet are still easy to install.
  • Im converting my garage into a habitable room and utility room, and want to put a linkable smoke alarm into both rooms.
2 Computing (Of online content) capable or worthy of being linked to: the article has a nice graphic explaining the process, although it isn’t linkable let’s take a look at how to use these tools to generate linkable content
More example sentences
  • They say they don't have the time or the money for quality linkable content.
  • Sites that not might be very linkable still may be very sociable.
  • Articles are a great way to get theme-related one-way links, linkable content and can be contracted for around $10 per 500 word article.

Derivatives

linkability

1
noun
Example sentences
  • A site without linkability is a site destined for failure.
  • Does the number of ads on your website affect your linkability?
  • It’s this linkability which is needed to attract links and take your content viral.

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