More – Another Way To Tweet

  • August 15, 2011

Heello.comLooking for alternatives to Twitter? If you are, please feel free to check this new web service out. Heello has been created by TwitPic’s founder Noah Everett, and although the site has existed for more than a year, it’s just become open to the general public. Any person who visits it now will be able to create an account for free, and (to all intents and purposes) send out tweets that are meatier by default.

You see, what Heello enables people to do is to send micro-messages (140 characters in length) that can include media such as images and videos. These micro-messages go by the name of “pings”, and something that sets the site apart from Twitter is that it has a stream of messages which is updated automatically. That is, the site features a continuous flow of messages. If you do begin using the site, you won’t ever have to update anything manually.

And that’s the extent of originality as far as this new service goes. There are no features that could really take Heello above Twitter. Not even a notch. And (unfortunately for its creators) there’s nothing that makes Heello better than any of the innumerable Twitter clones that are already available elsewhere. Ekko, Identica … they mostly do the same. And they got there first, too.

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More – Ping Any Website

  • March 12, 2011

Just-Ping.comJust Ping provides people with a remote website monitoring service that costs nothing, and that can be used from any PC or Mac. This service is powered by Watchmouse, and it basically lets you do an online ping from any of 50 different worldwide locations.

In case you have no idea what a ping is, it suffices to say that it is an Internet protocol utility that can be used to determine to which extent any site is reachable. A ping is instrumental in establishing the round-trip time for messages that have been sent to a destination computer on the Internet protocol network that is being tested.

In other words: by doing a ping, you will get to realize whether people can access your site as you intended or not.

As a service, Just Ping comes with a wealth of different commands for testing specific issues. For example, you can suppress the loopback of multicast packets, and allocate (and set) 20 bit flow labels on echo request packets. I know this is all a bit technical, but if you try the site out now you will realize things are easier than they look on paper.

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More – See How Fast Your Site Really Loads

  • August 21, 2010

PingBrigade.comThere are lots of tools for benchmarking websites, and it is only natural. Today, the number of people who have sites (or blogs) of their own is staggering.

These individuals are competing with each other for supremacy, and having a site that loads even a couple of seconds faster then his competitors’ is a small victory in itself.

Ping Brigade will let just any webmaster determine how many reasons he has really got for taking the champagne off the ice. The site will let them measure ping, web page loading speed and web server latency.

You will be able to learn how your site is loading for people who are spread throughout the world. That is made possible because when you input a URL you will be allowed to have your pick from any of these three main search options: “United States”, “Europe” and “World”.

And a service such as this one is even more important if we bear in mind that aspects such as web server speed will soon be taken into account by Google for determining a website’s PR.

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More – Testing The Internet Made Easy

  • January 1, 2010

TraceBullet.comIn case you want to get detailed information about any single website on the internet, this is going to be a good service for you to use. One of the best things about it is the fact that you just need to input the name of the website you need to know about, and the system will trigger the data you need.

First, you need to click on different options that will narrow your search. TraceBullet is self-defined as the best place for you to visit when it comes to doing a variety of net tests. It is interesting to see that the site offers a highly efficient and rapid Ajax driven service that is provided with six useful and specific tools.

The first tool was created to find the hostname to IP, of any website. You just need to click on this option after you enter the URL you want to learn about, and hit the “Submit This Bullet” button to get a number with the data you are looking for. The second tool will allow you to check if the port is open. There is another tool that makes a ping request, and another one that shows you the page’s contents from its URL or IP. Finally, you have the chance to see any headers sent by the servers, as well as the domain’s WHOIS data. All in all, this will be an interesting solution for many users that can learn more about it at

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More – DNS Tools On The Web

  • September 10, 2009

DNSFetcher.comMy older brother has something of a mania when it comes to DNS. He is always looking up who tried to gain access to his computer, where that person was located, why he wanted to do it, and if there were a way of figuring out what color of socks that person was wearing I bet he would try and learn that too.

If the same happens to you, first of all – take it easy. Second, you will be glad to know that this online resource gathers together an endless series of DNS tools and utilities, all of which are browser-based, and which can be employed for free.

For example, reverse lookup functionality is provided along with a port check and a “Get DNS Records” feature. Besides, routes can be traced in an effortless fashion and you can always fetch WhoIs results by pasting the address on the provided input box.

Granted, this is not the kind of site that will appeal to a large public. But I felt it was important to cover it since these tools (when used judiciously) can give you a better overall understanding of the Internet as a whole.

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FreewareZoom.Com – Freeware Download List

  • June 17, 2008

FreewareZoom.ComAt FreewareZoom.Com you will be able to download freeware for your PC.

You can do it directly from the homepage where you will find a list with all the tools and accessories to download. Some of them are: the Sib Icon Editor, a free icon utility for Windows that allows you to create and edit icon images and manage icon files and libraries; the Ping Host that is designed to check the status of individual devices on your network; the Ping Range that scans your network for devices among a defined rang of IP addresses.; the free Blackberry Video Converter, which converts almost all PC video files to BlackBerry; the Allnotes that is a freeware notes organizer; and many more. At the left hand side of the homepage you will find a list with all the freeware categories, and the monthly archives. You can subscribe to this site to receive the latest news directly to your email inbox. FreewareZoom.Com

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More – An Easy Way To Ping

  • June 4, 2008

FeedShark.brainbliss.comDo you want to attract more traffic to your blog? Feed Shark is a ping site where you can easily send pings to popular blog directories. Feed Shark is easy to use.

First you must enter the name of your blog, URL, and RSS feed information, which is optional. Then you must choose which blogs, RSS feeds, and podcasts you want to submit to. There are many services to choose from and you can select them all if you wish. Once you submit you can watch your submission status. You can even have Feed Shark track your submission by adding the Feed Shark code which is the third step. Feed Shark makes it easy for users to generate more traffic. Using Feed Shark is as easy as 1,2,3.

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More – Index Your Blog on Search Engines

  • September 14, 2007

Pingoblog.comThis site is fairly simple and straightforward: simply enter the name and url of your blog and choose the search engine sites to which you want to “ping” your blog. The goal of the site is to make your blog indexed and found on these search engines, which for some people means potentially making more money.

The available sites are BBlog, BlogFlux, BlogLines, BlogPeople, BlogRolling, BlogUpdate, Feed Burner, Focus Look, Google BlogSearch, Icerocket, Moreover, My Yahoo!, NewsGator,, Syndic8, Technorati, Weblogalot and The site does not say who started it or how they make money, or if people have had success getting their blog indexed on these search sites.

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More – Increase Traffic in your Blog for Free

  • July 24, 2007

PingoMatic.comDo you have a blog? Have you recently updated its content? If that is the case, could be of your interest. This site can help you notify different search engines that your blog has been updated. In that way you could get more visitors to your site.

Ping-o-Matic provides you with a pinging service to notify your blog has been updated. If you have updated the content of your blog, you might want to make the search engines know that. Then, you just have to stop by to find what you need. On this site you can send pings to different search engines for free.

Are you looking for pings? Do you need to update search engines about your blog content? Feel free to visit and learn more about this pinging service. You can use this site to notify different search engines that your blog has new content.

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More – Get Tons of Free Traffic for your Blog

  • July 24, 2007

Pingoat.comWould you like to increase your blog’s popularity? Are you looking for an easy way to get more traffic on your blog? If that is your case, might be the right site for you to visit. Pingoat is a service that helps those who keep track of blogs and publish them, know about your blog.

You can register your blog on for free, and select the site where you would like your blog to be published, including general and non English services sites, as well as special services sites. What is more, this site offers Pingoat tools for driving traffic to websites including sitemap generators, simulator tools and more.

Are you looking for the best way to get traffic to your blog? Would you like to get more traffic on your blog by appearing in the Pingoat index? In that case, this site might be a good option to keep in mind.

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More – Website Monitoring the Easy Way

  • March 30, 2007 is a website where you will find cheap flights to Australia and New Zealand. So, if you are planning to visit New Zealand or Australia in your next vacations, you might find an interesting site for you to visit. What is more, you can search online for hotels and tours.

Make sure to visit if you are searching the net for cheap airfares to Australia and New Zealand. The company also offers last minute deals on flights, as well as car hire and insurance services. In addition, you will have the chance to check your itinerary and make your reservation online, by choosing a departure airport and a return date, among other details.

Next time you plan to visit New Zealand or Australia, remember to visit On this website you will find interesting last minute deals on flights, as well as tours, car hire and insurance services.

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