History of Blog Ping Services

Last update 2019-02-23 14:57:41 Creation date 2015-02-09 17:54:21
  • Description

    Ping blog and boost website traffic with our list of blog ping services. We've created a detailed comparison table that covers some of the most common and best (in our opinion) ping services, all complete with some of the most important features for each blog ping tool.

    From the table below, each service/site (rows) features the following features (columns):

    • Website: this is fairly self-explanatory, as it lists the website URL for each site.

    • Services Pinged: this indicates the total number of services that each ping tool submits to. This number may be skewed depending on how many redundant services are contained. For example, if a ping tool submits to an English and French version of the same service, then this would be considered redundant since both versions are offered by the same website. Only a few of these sites offer true non-redundant lists.

    • Free?: another self-explanatory item that indicates if the ping service is free, or at least offers a free version of the paid one. Most of these are free.

    • Paid Option?: this tells us if the site offers a paid version that offers more features than the free version, or just a paid version with no free version offered.

    • Registration Required?: this indicates if registration is mandatory in order to use the full service or only certain features, such as saving website profiles for later use.

    • Ping Limit: this shows the current ping limit restriction, or how many times you can ping your site during a certain time period. Most on this list offer no limit.

    • Bulk Support: indicates if the site supports multiple URL submission, instead of individual ping submission. URLs can be entered manually, or imported for most of these sites.

    • Custom Ping List: determines if a custom list can be used instead of (or in addition to) the default list supplied by the site. Only a few offer this feature.

    • Pros: shows the strengths and advantages of each site.

    • Cons: examines the weaknesses and disadvantages of each site.

    Our favorites are Ping-O-Matic and Feed Shark. What are your favorites?


    Posted 2019-02-23 14:57:41 by Kelly
  • Description

    Ping blog and boost website traffic with our list of blog ping services. We've created a detailed comparison table that covers some of the most common and best (in our opinion) ping services, all complete with some of the most important features for each blog ping tool.

    From the table below, each service/site (rows) features the following features (columns):

    • Website: this is fairly self-explanatory, as it lists the website URL for each site.

    • Services Pinged: this indicates the total number of services that each ping tool submits to. This number may be skewed depending on how many redundant services are contained. For example, if a ping tool submits to an English and French version of the same service, then this would be considered redundant since both versions are offered by the same website. Only a few of these sites offer true non-redundant lists.

    • Free?: another self-explanatory item that indicates if the ping service is free, or at least offers a free version of the paid one. Most of these are free.

    • Paid Option?: this tells us if the site offers a paid version that offers more features than the free version, or just a paid version with no free version offered.

    • Registration Required?: this indicates if registration is mandatory in order to use the full service or only certain features, such as saving website profiles for later use.

    • Ping Limit: this shows the current ping limit restriction, or how many times you can ping your site during a certain time period. Most on this list offer no limit.
    • Bulk Support: indicates if the site supports multiple URL submission, instead of individual ping submission. URLs can be entered manually, or imported for most of these sites.

    • Custom Ping List: determines if a custom list can be used instead of (or in addition to) the default list supplied by the site. Only a few offer this feature.

    • Pros: shows the strengths and advantages of each site.

    • Cons: examines the weaknesses and disadvantages of each site.

    Our favorites are Ping-O-Matic and Feed Shark. What are your favs?


    Posted 2019-02-23 14:50:23 by Kelly
  • Description

    These days, the internet is filled with various tools to help ping your blog, but with so many services, how do you know which one is best? The answer is simple! We've created a detailed comparison table that covers some of the most common and best (in our opinion) ping services, all complete with some of the most important corresponding features for each ping tool.

    From the table below, each service/site (rows) features the following features (columns):

    • Website: this is fairly self-explanatory, as it lists the website URL for each site.

    • Services Pinged: this indicates the total number of services that each ping tool submits to. This number may be skewed depending on how many redundant services are contained. For example, if a ping tool submits to an English and French version of the same service, then this would be considered redundant since both versions are offered by the same website. Only a few of these sites offer true non-redundant lists.

    • Free?: another self-explanatory item that indicates if the ping service is free, or at least offers a free version of the paid one. Most of these are free.

    • Paid Option?: this tells us if the site offers a paid version that offers more features than the free version, or just a paid version with no free version offered.

    • Registration Required?: this indicates if registration is mandatory in order to use the full service or only certain features, such as saving website profiles for later use.

    • Ping Limit: this shows the current ping limit restriction, or how many times you can ping your site during a certain time period. Most on this list offer no limit.
    • Bulk Support: indicates if the site supports multiple URL submission, instead of individual ping submission. URLs can be entered manually, or imported for most of these sites.

    • Custom Ping List: determines if a custom list can be used instead of (or in addition to) the default list supplied by the site. Only a few offer this feature.

    • Pros: shows the strengths and advantages of each site.

    • Cons: examines the weaknesses and disadvantages of each site.

    Our favorites are Ping-O-Matic and Pingler. What are your favs?


    Posted 2015-02-13 16:34:06 by Kelly
  • Description

    These days, the internet is filled with various tools to help ping your blog, but with so many services, how do you know which one is best? The answer is simple! We've created a detailed comparison table that covers some of the most common and best (in our opinion) ping services, all complete with some of the most important corresponding features for each ping tool.

    From the table below, each service/site (rows) features the following features (columns):

    • Website: this is fairly self-explanatory, as it lists the website URL for each site.

    • Services Pinged: this indicates the total number of services that each ping tool submits to. This number may be skewed depending on how many redundant services are contained. For example, if a ping tool submits to an English and French version of the same service, then this would be considered redundant since both versions are offered by the same website. Only a few of these sites offer true non-redundant lists.

    • Free?: another self-explanatory item that indicates if the ping service is free, or at least offers a free version of the paid one. Most of these are free.

    • Paid Option?: this tells us if the site offers a paid version that offers more features than the free version, or just a paid version with no free version offered.

    • Registration Required?: this indicates if registration is mandatory in order to use the full service or only certain features, such as saving website profiles for later use.

    • Ping Limit: this shows the current ping limit restriction, or how many times you can ping your site during a certain time period. Most on this list offer no limit.
    • Bulk Support: indicates if the site supports multiple URL submission, instead of individual ping submission. URLs can be entered manually, or imported for most of these sites.

    • Custom Ping List: determines if a custom list can be used instead of (or in addition to) the default list supplied by the site. Only a few offer this feature.

    • Pros: shows the strengths and advantages of each site.

    • Cons: examines the weaknesses and disadvantages of each site.

    Our favorites are Ping-O-Matic and Pingler. What are your favs?


    Posted 2015-02-13 16:32:44 by Kelly
  • Excerpt
    Easily compare some of the most popular blog ping services based on a large list of various features! Updated on a regular basis.
    Posted 2015-02-13 04:11:50 by Kelly
  • Description

    These days, the internet is filled with various tools to help ping your blog, but with so many services, how do you know which one is best? The answer is simple! We've created a detailed comparison table that covers some of the most common and best (in our opinion) ping services, all complete with some of the most important corresponding features for each ping tool.

    From the table below, each service/site (rows) features the following features (columns):

    • Website: this is fairly self-explanatory, as it lists the website URL for each site.

    • Services Pinged: this indicates the total number of services that each ping tool submits to. This number may be skewed depending on how many redundant services are contained. For example, if a ping tool submits to an English and French version of the same service, then this would be considered redundant since both versions are offered by the same website. Only a few of these sites offer true non-redundant lists.

    • Free?: another self-explanatory item that indicates if the ping service is free, or at least offers a free version of the paid one. Most of these are free.

    • Paid Option?: this tells us if the site offers a paid version that offers more features than the free version, or just a paid version with no free version offered.

    • Registration Required?: this indicates if registration is mandatory in order to use the full service or only certain features, such as saving website profiles for later use.

    • Ping Limit: this shows the current ping limit restriction, or how many times you can ping your site during a certain time period. Most on this list offer no limit.

    • Bulk Support: indicates if the site supports multiple URL submission, instead of individual ping submission. URLs can be entered manually, or imported for most of these sites.

    • Custom Ping List: determines if a custom list can be used instead of (or in addition to) the default list supplied by the site. Only a few offer this feature.

    • Pros: shows the strengths and advantages of each site.

    • Cons: examines the weaknesses and disadvantages of each site.

    Our favorites are Ping-O-Matic and Pingler. What are your favs?


    Posted 2015-02-13 03:58:30 by Kelly
  • Description

    These days, the internet is filled with various tools to help ping your blog, but with so many services, how do you know which one is best? The answer is simple! We've created a detailed comparison table that covers some of the most common and best (in our opinion) ping services, all complete with some of the most important corresponding features for each ping tool.

    From the table below, each service/site (rows) features the following features (columns):

    • Website: this is fairly self-explanatory, as it lists the website URL for each site.

    • Services Pinged: this indicates the total number of services that each ping tool submits to. This number may be skewed depending on how many redundant services are contained. For example, if a ping tool submits to an English and French version of the same service, then this would be considered redundant since both versions are offered by the same website. Only a few of these sites offer true non-redundant lists.

    • Free?: another self-explanatory item that indicates if the ping service is free, or at least offers a free version of the paid one. Most of these are free.

    • Paid Option?: this tells us if the site offers a paid version that offers more features than the free version, or just a paid version with no free version offered.

    • Registration Required?: this indicates if registration is mandatory in order to use the full service or only certain features, such as saving website profiles for later use.

    • Ping Limit: this shows the current ping limit restriction, or how many times you can ping your site during a certain time period. Most on this list offer no limit.

    • Bulk Support: indicates if the site supports multiple URL submission, instead of individual ping submission. URLs can be entered manually, or imported for most of these sites.

    • Custom Ping List: determines if a custom list can be used instead of (or in addition to) the default list supplied by the site. Only a few offer this feature.

    • Pros: shows the strengths and advantages of each site.

    • Cons: examines the weaknesses and disadvantages of each site.

    Our favorites are Ping-O-Matic and Pingler. What are your favs?


    Posted 2015-02-13 03:57:08 by Kelly
  • Excerpt
    Compare Ping-O-Matic vs Feed Shark vs Ping That Blog vs King Ping vs Auto Pinger vs Pingler vs Bulk Pinger vs Blog Buzzer vs Ping.in vs Auto Ping vs Ping Farm
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    Posted 2015-02-13 03:45:11 by Kelly
  • Description

    These days, the internet is filled with various tools to help ping your blog, but with so many services, how do you know which one is best? The answer is simple! We've created a detailed comparison table that covers some of the most common and best (in our opinion) ping services, all complete with some of the most important corresponding features for each ping tool.

    From the table below, each service/site (rows) features the following features (columns):

    • Website: this is fairly self-explanatory, as it lists the website URL for each site.

    • Services Pinged: this indicates the total number of services that each ping tool submits to. This number may be skewed depending on how many redundant services are contained. For example, if a ping tool submits to an English and French version of the same service, then this would be considered redundant since both versions are offered by the same website. Only a few of these sites offer true non-redundant lists.

    • Free?: another self-explanatory item that indicates if the ping service is free, or at least offers a free version of the paid one. Most of these are free.

    • Paid Option?: this tells us if the site offers a paid version that offers more features than the free version, or just a paid version with no free version offered.

    • Registration Required?: this indicates if registration is mandatory in order to use the full service or only certain features, such as saving website profiles for later use.

    • Ping Limit: this shows the current ping limit restriction, or how many times you can ping your site during a certain time period. Most on this list offer no limit.

    • Bulk Support: indicates if the site supports multiple URL submission, instead of individual ping submission. URLs can be entered manually, or imported for most of these sites.

    • Custom Ping List: determines if a custom list can be used instead of (or in addition to) the default list supplied by the site. Only a few offer this feature.

    • Pros: shows the strengths and advantages of each site.

    • Cons: examines the weaknesses and disadvantages of each site.

    Our favorites are Ping-O-Matic and Feed Shark. What are your favs?


    Posted 2015-02-09 22:26:12 by Kelly
  • Description

    These days, the internet is filled with various tools to help ping your blog, but with so many services, how do you know which one is best? The answer is simple! We've created a detailed comparison table that covers some of the most common and best (in our opinion) ping services, all complete with some of the most important corresponding features for each ping tool.

    From the table below, each service/site (rows) features the following features (columns):

    • Website: this is fairly self-explanatory, as it lists the website URL for each site.

    • Services Pinged: this indicates the total number of services that each ping tool submits to. This number may be skewed depending on how many redundant services are contained. For example, if a ping tool submits to an English and French version of the same service, then this would be considered redundant since both versions are offered by the same website. Only a few of these sites offer true non-redundant lists.

    • Free?: another self-explanatory item that indicates if the ping service is free, or at least offers a free version of the paid one. Most of these are free.

    • Paid Option?: this tells us if the site offers a paid version that offers more features than the free version, or just a paid version with no free version offered.

    • Registration Required?: this indicates if registration is mandatory in order to use the full service or only certain features, such as saving website profiles for later use.

    • Ping Limit: this shows the current ping limit restriction, or how many times you can ping your site during a certain time period. Most on this list offer no limit.

    • Bulk Support: indicates if the site supports multiple URL submission, instead of individual ping submission. URLs can be entered manually, or imported for most of these sites.

    • Custom Ping List: determines if a custom list can be used instead of (or in addition to) the default list supplied by the site. Only a few offer this feature.

    • Pros: identifies the strengths and advantages of each site.

    • Cons: examines the weaknesses and disadvantages of each site.

    Our favorites are Ping-O-Matic and Feed Shark. What are your favs?


    Posted 2015-02-09 22:24:32 by Kelly
  • Description

    These days, the internet is filled with various tools to help ping your blog, but with so many services, how do you know which one is best? The answer is simple! We've created a detailed comparison table that covers some of the most common and best (in our opinion) ping services, all complete with some of the most important corresponding features for each ping tool.

    From the table below, each service/site (rows) features the following features (columns):

    • Website: this is fairly self-explanatory, as it lists the website URL for each site.

    • Services Pinged: this indicates the total number of services that each ping tool submits to. This number may be skewed depending on how many redundant services are contained. For example, if a ping tool submits to an English and French version of the same service, then this would be considered redundant since both versions are offered by the same website. Only a few of these sites offer true non-redundant lists.

    • Free?: another self-explanatory item that indicates if the ping service is free, or at least offers a free version of the paid one. Most of these are free.

    • Paid Option?: this tells us if the site offers a paid version that offers more features than the free version, or just a paid version with no free version offered.

    • Registration Required?: this indicates if registration is mandatory in order to use the full service or only certain features, such as saving website profiles for later use.

    • Ping Limit: this shows the current ping limit restriction, or how many times you can ping your site during a certain time period. Most on this list offer no limit.

    • Bulk Support: indicates if the site supports multiple URL submission, instead of individual ping submission. URLs can be entered manually, or imported for most of these sites.

    • Custom Ping List: determines if a custom list can be used instead of (or in addition to) the default list supplied by the site. Only a few offer this feature.

    • Pros: indentifies the strengths and advantages of each site.

    • Cons: examines the weaknesses and disadvantages of each site.

    Our favorites are Ping-O-Matic and Feed Shark. What are your favs?


    Posted 2015-02-09 22:20:34 by Kelly
  • Description

    These days, the internet is filled with various tools to help ping your blog, but with so many services, how do you know which one is best? The answer is simple! We've created a detailed comparison table that covers some of the most common and best (in our opinion) ping services, all complete with some of the most important corresponding features for each ping tool.

    From the table below, each service/site (rows) features the following features (columns):

    • Website: this is fairly self-explanatory, as it lists the website URL for each site.

    • Services Pinged: this indicates the total number of services that each ping tool submits to. This number may be skewed depending on how many redundant services are contained. For example, if a ping tool submits to an English and French version of the same service, then this would be considered redundant since both versions are offered by the same website. Only a few of these sites offer true non-redundant lists.

    • Free?: another self-explanatory item that indicates if the ping service is free, or at least offers a free version of the paid one. Most of these are free.

    • Paid Option?: this tells us if the site offers a paid version that offers more features than the free version, or just a paid version with no free version offered.

    • Registration Required?: this indicates if registration is mandatory in order to use the full service or only certain features, such as saving website profiles for later use.

    • Ping Limit: this shows the current ping limit restriction, or how many times you can ping your site during a certain time period. Most on this list offer no limit.

    • Bulk Support: indicates if the site supports multiple URL submission, instead of individual ping submission. URLs can be entered manually, or imported for most of these sites.

    • Custom Ping List: determines if a custom list can be used instead of (or in addition to) the default list supplied by the site. Only a few offer this feature.

    • Pros: indentifies the strengths and advantages of each site.

    • Cons: examines the weaknesses and disadvantages of each site.
    Posted 2015-02-09 22:15:19 by Kelly
  • List of criteria (11)
    Link, Website, Services Pinged, Free?, Paid Option?, Registration Required?, Ping Limit, Bulk Support, Custom Ping List, pros-2nz8y2i7, cons-2nz8y20e
    Posted 2015-02-09 22:13:47 by Kelly
  • Description

    These days, the internet is filled with various tools to help ping your blog, but with so many services, how do you know which one is best? The answer is simple! We've created a detailed comparison table that covers some of the most common and best (in our opinion) ping services, all complete with some of the most important corresponding features for each ping tool.

    From the table below, each service/site (rows) features the following features (columns):

    • Website: this is fairly self-explanatory, as it lists the website URL for each site.

    • Services Pinged: this indicates the total number of services that each ping tool submits to. This number may be skewed depending on how many redundant services are contained. For example, if a ping tool submits to an English and French version of the same service, then this would be considered redundant since both versions are offered by the same service. Only a few of these sites offer true non-redundant lists.

    • Free?: another self-explanatory item that indicates if the ping service is free, or at least offers a free version of the paid one. Most of these are free.

    • Paid Option?: this tells us if the site offers a paid version that offers more features than the free version, or just a paid version with no free version offered.

    • Registration Required?: this indicates if registration is mandatory in order to use the full service or only certain features, such as saving website profiles for later use.

    • Ping Limit: this shows the current ping limit restriction, or how many times you can ping your site during a certain time period. Most on this list offer no limit.

    • Bulk Support: indicates if the site supports multiple URL submission, instead of individual ping submission. URLs can be entered manually, or imported for most of these sites.

    • Custom Ping List: determines if a custom list can be used instead of (or in addition to) the default list supplied by the site. Only a few offer this feature.

    • Pros: indentifies the strengths and advantages of each site.

    • Cons: examines the weaknesses and disadvantages of each site.
    Posted 2015-02-09 22:12:05 by Kelly
  • Description

    These days, the internet is filled with various tools to help ping your blog, but with so many services, how do you know which one is best? The answer is simple! We've created a detailed comparison table that covers some of the most common and best (in our opinion) ping services, all complete with some of the most important corresponding features for each ping tool.

    From the table below, each service/site (rows) features the following features (columns):

    • Website: this is fairly self-explanatory, as it lists the website URL for each site.

    • Services Pinged: this indicates the total number of services that each ping tool submits to. This number may be skewed depending on how many redundant services are contained. For example, if a ping tool submits to an English and French version of the same service, then this would be considered redundant since both versions are offered by the same service. Only a few of these sites offer true non-redundant lists.

    • Free?: another self-explanatory item that indicates if the ping service is free, or at least offers a free version of the paid one. Most of these are free.

    • Paid Option?: this tells us if the site offers a paid version that offers more features than the free version, or just a paid version with no free version offered.

    • Registration Required?: this indicates if registration is mandatory in order to use the full service or only certain features, such as saving website profiles for later use.

    • Ping Limit: this shows the current ping limit restriction, or how many times you can ping your site during a certain time period. Most on this list offer no limit.

    • Bulk Support: indicates if the site supports multiple URL submission, instead of individual ping submission. URLs can be entered manually, or imported for most of these sites.

    • Custom Ping List: determines if a custom list can be used instead of (or in addition to) the default list supplied by the site. Only a few offer this feature.

    • Pros: indentifies the strengths and advantages of each site.

    • Cons: examines the weaknesses and disadvantages of each site.
    Posted 2015-02-09 22:10:19 by Kelly
  • Description

    These days, the internet is filled with various tools to help ping your blog, but with so many services, how do you know which one is best? The answer is simple! We've created a detailed comparison table that covers some of the most common and best (in our opinion) ping services, all complete with some of the most important corresponding features for each ping tool.

    From the table below, each service (rows) features the following features (columns):

    • Website: this is fairly self-explanatory, as it lists the website URL for each service.

    • Services Pinged: this indicates the total number of services that each ping tool submits to. This number may be skewed depending on how many redundant services are contained. For example, if a ping tool submits to an English and French version of the same service, then this would be considered redundant since both versions are offered by the same service. Only a few of these sites offer true non-redundant lists.

    • Free?: another self-explanatory item that indicates if the ping service is free, or at least offers a free version of the paid one.

    • Paid Option?: this tells us if the site offers a paid version that offers more features than the free version, or just a paid version with no free version offered.

    • Registration Required?: this indicates if registration is mandatory in order to use the full service or only certain features.

    • Ping Limit: this shows the current ping limit restriction, or how many pings are allowed in a certain time period.

    • Bulk Support: indicates if the site supports multiple URL submission, instead of individual ping submission. URLs can be entered manually, or imported for most of these sites.

    • Custom Ping List: determines if a custom list can be used instead of (or in addition to) the default list supplied by the site.

    • Pros: indentifies the strengths and advantages of each site.

    • Cons: examines the weaknesses and disadvantages of each site.
    Posted 2015-02-09 21:57:16 by Kelly
  • Description

    These days, the internet is filled with various tools to help ping your blog, but with so many services, how do you know which one is best? The answer is simple! We've created a detailed comparison table that covers some of the most common and best (in our opinion) ping services, all complete with some of the most important corresponding features for each ping tool.

    From the table below, each service (rows) features the following features (columns):

    • Website: this is fairly self-explanatory, as it lists the website URL for each service.

    • Services Pinged: this indicates the total number of services that each ping tool submits to. This number may be skewed depending on how many redundant services are contained. For example, if a ping tool submits to an English and French version of the same service, then this would be considered redundant since both versions are offered by the same service. Only a few of these sites offer true non-redundant lists.

    • Free?: another self-explanatory item that indicates if the ping service is free, or at least offers a free version of the paid one.

    • Paid Option?: this tells us if the site offers a paid version that offers more features than the free version, or just a paid version with no free version offered.

    • Registration Required?: this indicates if registration is mandatory in order to use the full service or only certain features.

    • Ping Limit: this shows the current ping limit restriction, or how many pings are allowed in a certain time period.

    • Bulk Support: indicates if the site supports multiple URL submission, instead of individual ping submission. URLs can be entered manually, or imported for most of these sites.

    • Custom Ping List: determines if a custom list can be used instead of (or in addition to) the default list supplied by the site.

    • Pros: indentifies the strengths and advantages of each site.

    • Cons: examines the weaknesses and disadvantages of each site.
    Posted 2015-02-09 21:54:50 by Kelly
  • Description

    These days, the internet is filled with various tools to help ping your blog, but with so many services, how do you know which one is best? The answer is simple! We've created a detailed comparison table that covers some of the most common and best (in our opinion) ping services, all complete with some of the most important corresponding features for each ping tool.

    From the table below, each service (rows) features the following features (columns):

    • Website: this is fairly self-explanatory, as it lists the website URL for each service.

    • Services Pinged: this indicates the total number of services that each ping tool submits to. This number may be skewed depending on how many redundant services are contained. For example, if a ping tool submits to an English and French version of the same service, then this would be considered redundant since both versions are offered by the same service. Only a few of these sites offer true non-redundant lists.

    • Free?: another self-explanatory item that indicates if the ping service is free, or at least offers a free version of the paid one.

    • Paid Option?: this tells us if the site offers a paid version that offers more features than the free version, or just a paid version with no free version offered.

    • Registration Required?: this indicates if registration is mandatory in order to use the full service or only certain features.

    • Ping Limit: this shows the current ping limit
    Posted 2015-02-09 21:39:20 by Kelly
  • List of criteria (11)
    Link, Website, pros-2nz8y2i7, cons-2nz8y20e, Services Pinged, Free?, Paid Option?, Registration Required?, Ping Limit, Bulk Support, Custom Ping List
    Posted 2015-02-09 20:35:58 by Kelly

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