Protect Links from Spider - Terms and Conditions

Protect Links from Spider is a free service allowing any internet user to use any of our services freely, but must obey Protect Links from Spider's terms and conditions.

LinkProtector.Net Terms of Service are subject to change without notice.

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What LinkProtector.Net do?

Protect one or more URLs within a single URL, with or without password. A secure wayto protecting your links from search engines spiders and other spiders, to moderate and share your links on various websites (file hosting links, google drive links, direct links, torrent links, etc.), such as blogs, entertainment media urls, music urls, movies urls, software urls and other free services can be share by protecting links.

Website in general available to the public. You want the users to be able to reach your website, content and services you offers. But you may want to have a seperate idea or requirement that you want to NOT available to the public. That's where the (LinkProtector.Net) URL Link Protection comes in. It allows Web MASTER / ADMIN to make a certain URL of any site not available to the public OR via a seperate Link hiding the origial URL, and instead, prompt the visitor for a password.

When you use the link Protect-URL... If a service hosting deletes files (download without expiration), you will not need to change your link Protect-URL all over the internet, you just simply change the URL's from these files inside your link Protect-URL in "MY LINKS" and all these will be updated on the Internet.

Premium Benefits: You can include additional settings to secure your link (Possibility to ban IP's or ranges, Public or Private, Deny or Allow download managers, Password, Anti-Robots, link checker, Notification of invalid links and other useful options). You can use to protect your personal page, pictures, videos and other private links. With links, you can add and remove links after you generated in your member area.

Below are 5 ways Web MASTER / ADMIN can use protected URLs to avoid any links being indexed by spiders and eventually being listed on search engines
1. Protect a reusable coupon code

If you have a code that you want to send to a select list of customers, but don’t want prying eyes to find the code and distribute it on the Internet, lock the code away in a protected URL.

2. Deliver special product pricing

There are certain times you’ll want to discount a product for an individual customer or even for an entire marketing campaign. To prevent people from changing the price that’s sent for this one-time purchase, protect the data in a short URL.
3. Prevent long URLs from breaking in e-mails

E-mail clients are notoriously poor at handling URLs that are longer than 70 characters, especially when forwarding occurs. Eliminate the risk of your customers not being able to use the link by shortening the URL with a protected URL.

4. Modify a campaign in mid flight

How many times have you sent out a marketing e-mail and realized there was a mistake? It’s happened to the best of us. As a best practice, use a protected URL when sending a campaign link, because you never know what mistake or logical change may be needed later. Using protected URLs allow you to change what’s happening behind the scenes even though the link is already propagated.

5. Lock affiliate codes to a link

Affiliate competitors can compromise affiliate links by removing or changing the affiliate’s tracking identifier and flooding the Web with the updated link. Don’t lose sales because you haven’t protected the link from prying hands!

ShareLink PasteLink URL shorteners are similar to protected URLs. Sites like, tinyurl,, and can take your URLs and serve a similar e-commerce function.