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Starting today, there are four more sites to add to the SiteFever network! I thought I would quickly mention each one here since today is their grand opening:

 1. InstantTLD.com
Instantly search for domain name availability of .com, .net and .info domains.

2. SilentIP.com
Fast, free proxy to surf the web with another IP address. Get around blocked sites at school & work, or just simply hide your real location.

3. VerifyPR.com
Quickly gives you the current GooglePagerank for any domain name on the Internet. Also shows the average amount of backlinks and Alexa rating with each search.

4. Small1.com
Make any URL small! This tool can also be used to mask affiliate links. All Small1.com URL’s will remain online forever, so you don’t have to worry about them being deleted later.

Hopefully, there will be something there that you will find helpful. All of the above tools are totally free to use. As with any website, there’s always plenty of advertising space to go around! Between the four sites, I have a total of 77 spots available to purchase advertising. Many of the spots have already been filled, but if you see any you might like, just let me know.

And to think that Mikael was wondering why I own so many domain names… :) I don’t pay for all these servers & IP addresses for no reason!


Category: Must-Have Resources
Article posted by: Neon on September 18th, 2007



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14 Comments to “Four New Free Tools Released” »

Comment by Mikael
Sep 18 2007 at 8:05 am

Hehe… well now I know some of it. Well, congratulations on the new sites. Wish you all the best with all of them.

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Comment by DayJobNuker
Sep 18 2007 at 9:09 am

That one site gives you the “average” # of backlinks. What is meant by “average”. I don’t get that.

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Comment by J. Robinson
Sep 18 2007 at 9:56 am

It will add the number of backlinks your site has in Google, Yahoo, MSN, Altavista and Alltheweb and divide the number by 5 to calculate the average amount of backlinks you have across some of the most popular search engines.

Comment by HMTKSteve
Sep 18 2007 at 11:34 am

Do you ignore search engines that say they have 0 links?

 
Comment by Pranjal
Sep 18 2007 at 1:33 pm

Looks like John is becoming the next jason calacanis. Congrats on your new ventures hope they do fine in the near future.

 
Comment by Joliveira
Sep 18 2007 at 5:49 pm

You could explain that in the site, i guess people would like to know this math behind the result.

Comment by J. Robinson
Sep 19 2007 at 3:04 am

@HMTKsteve: No, out of those five search engines if one shows zero, it will be factored in to the average number of backlinks.

@Joliveira: I think that’s a good idea and I will most likely do that within the next day or two.

 
 
 
 
Comment by Travis
Sep 18 2007 at 12:18 pm

John, these look like some nice easy to use tools. Good job.

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Comment by Joliveira
Sep 18 2007 at 5:52 pm

i’m writing a post with free webmasters online tools, now ill have to include 4 new sites :)

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Comment by YC
Sep 18 2007 at 8:56 pm

Congrats for the grand opening and hope they do well, John! Just nice – I’m gonna add them to my blog’s tools page :)

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Comment by PatBiz
Sep 19 2007 at 2:41 pm

Hey John, good luck with your new projects. Tried verifypr.com, nice interface and design, straight to the point. Nicely done.

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Sep 24 2007 at 8:01 pm

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Sep 26 2007 at 8:13 pm

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