Ping-o-Matic is a Free Service That Pings All the Major Blog Services & Search Engines

Ping-o-Matic! is a service that pings various other blog services and blog search engines. Pinging these services notifies them that there has been an update to the blog

Ping-O-Matic is a FREE service that updates multiple blog services and search engines that your blog has been updated. By easily “pinging” these 22 blog services from Ping-O-Matic, you will be alerting all of them that your blog or website has fresh current content that needs to be shared with the rest of the world.

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Similar Sites is a FREE Service That Recommends Websites That are Similar to All of Your Favorites

If Your Looking For A Similar Site or a Competitor to A Site You Boycotted, Use Similar Sites

SimilarSites is a free service that allows you to find, tag, rate and share websites that are similar to each other. It is a related content engine, displaying a list of related sites for any site that a user submits.

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Find Other Twitter Users Like You With Just Tweet It.com – Free Service for Following Friends

Sign up to share your Tweets with the rest of the tweetters on Twitter

Just Tweet It.com was created to make it easier for people using the popular micro-blogging service Twitter to find other “Tweeters” with similar interests. You can even quickly add your own Twitter username to their directory of all things Twitter.

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1Link.in Allows You to Insert Multiple Links into One Combined Shorted URL

1Link.in Allows You to Insert Multiple Links into One Combined Shorted URL That You Can Email a Friend

1link.in allows you to shorten your big, ugly, variable filled URLs very much like TinyURL does, but 1Link.in takes this practice one giant step further. With this one elegantly simple service, you will never have to worry about broken URL’s in your e-mails, forum posts, IM messages, & SMS text messages again.

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Re-Brand Yourself or Your Business with the Global Domain Extension .CO – Register Online Now

Re-Brand Yourself or Your Business with the Global Domain Extension .CO – Register Online Now

GoDaddy.com recently announced that anyone can pre-register a new .CO domain name for $29.99/year. This extension used to be reserved for Columbia, but it is now being rebranded and rereleased to the general public all across the world. If you want to pre-register a new .CO domain, you can visit GoDaddy.com and follow their two easy steps.

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Locate Free Internet WiFi Hotspots All Around the Globe With WeFi.com and the WeFi Desktop Application

With WeFi you can easily find the absolute best FREE & OPEN WiFi network that is available in your immediate area. WeFi software runs on Windows, Mac, Windows Mobile, and Nokia.

Locate all the Free & Open WiFi hotspots in your immediate area with WeFi.com using Google Maps

Locate all the Free & Open WiFi hotspots in your immediate area with WeFi.com using Google Maps

WeFi is a Free software that runs on your laptop or mobile device (PDA or smartphone). It automatically detects and qualifies all Wi-Fi access points within range and connects you to the spot with the best Internet connection. If the WeFi software detects a new access point, it allows you to be the first to map it. WeFi also provides you with Instant-Messaging tools, allowing you to create a buddy list, and to see where your friends are currently connected.

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Protect Your Blog, Forum, & Website From Spam With A Captcha by Using reCAPTCHA

Recaptcha is a FREE service that stops spam in its tracks by verifying an image

A CAPTCHA is a program that can tell whether its user is a human or a computer. You’ve probably seen them — colorful images with distorted text at the bottom of Web registration forms. CAPTCHAs are used by many websites to prevent abuse from “bots,” or automated programs usually written to generate spam. No computer program can read distorted text as well as humans can, so bots cannot navigate sites protected by CAPTCHAs.

Why do you want a Captcha on your website? Here a few reasons to consider using reCAPTCHA:

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MrBup.com is now on the Social Media Website Twitter.

Twitter is a Social Media Website and MrBup.com is now available for questions

For those of you who don’t really know what Twitter is, here is a quick excerpt from their website: Twitter is a FREE service for friends, family, and co–workers to communicate and stay connected through the exchange of quick, frequent answers to one simple question: What are you doing?

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Easily Turn A 128 Character Long URL into a 25 Character Long Easy to Remember URL with Tinyurl

TinyURL shortens a long URL and redirects visitors to the original destination through a much shorter one.

Are you sick of posting URLs in emails only to have them break when sent causing the recipients to have to cut and paste them back together? Then TinyURL is the answer you’ve been looking for. When you enter an URL in the text field on TinyURL.com, the service will create a tiny URL that will not break in emails and web posting and it will never expire.

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DamnIT is a Free Service That Emails You When a User Encounters a JavaScript Error on One of Your Webpages

DamnIT emails you when a user encounters a JavaScript error in your webpages.

DamnIT is a completely free service that emails you when a user encounters a JavaScript error somewhere on your website. If you have ever coded in JS you’ll know what a pain in the butt it can be to debug your script. That’s where DamnIT come in:

DamnIT makes it simple for beta testers to provide useful feedback by prompting them after an error occurs and combining their response with error message, file, line number, and back-trace information. You’ll receive detailed automated error information instead of vague bug descriptions.

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