A short while ago, I removed the WordPress plugin from the WordPress store. One of our customers suggested that it was significant enough to explain why in a blog post. I agree.
Firstly, if you currently USE the InLinks plugin, your site should be fine, although WordPress is likely to be telling you that the plugin is no longer maintained and, therefore, you should consider removing it. I would agree. Here are several plugins that should do the job that are being maintained, are free and have more than 100,000 downloads each.
Note – this is not an urgent task. The old plugin could work for years, but nobody can say how WordPress will develop, so the best practice would be to switch sooner rather than later.
Why did we remove the support for this plugin?
Almost all our customers use WordPress, and so do we!
Do not worry; we will never stop supporting WordPress users! Inlinks.com is entirely WordPress driven. (After login, you go to the .net site, which is where the real technology sits). By removing this block, our team can develop and release new functionality faster. That is all.
Will InLinks produce another WordPress Plugin in the future? Possibly