Monday, January 19, 2009

craigslist Ad Postig Cheat

This is specially for Asia and middle East
and i am sure it works in Pakistan
not sure about India because i think they have launched there own spaceship satellite may be there ISP's providing services from there

Do you want to post your ads on multiple cities but your ads ghosted or get deleted

no problem i ll describe here a cheat that ll help you in posting many ads on multiple cities

first of all i am not strong in English so forgive about spelling sentance mistakes

craigslist rule is that you are not allowed to post above 48 postings
and they ghost or delete your ads if you try just posting your ads and ignoring there rules.

in Asia and middle east specially in Pakistan our ISP's dost supply us Static IP address

so it is very easy in these countries to make many more submissions on multipule cities

you must have to check that how your IP address is changing to ensure that what are you going to do and what ll be happened

sapous that you are using ADSL connection you ll have a router
go to any site who can tell you your IP address and after restart your ADSL router do not restart your computer just router you ll be asigned an new IP address

so make some postings in one city and when you need to go to another city just restart you Router
i recommend you that before restarting your router clear all cookies etc
best way is install CCleaner

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Ping (blogging)

Ping (blogging)
In blogging, ping is an XML-RPC-based push mechanism by which a weblog notifies a server that its content has been updated.
An XML-RPC signal is sent to one or more "ping servers," which can then generate a list of blogs that have new material. Many blog authoring tools automatically ping one or more servers each time the blogger creates a new post or updates an old one.
Open ping servers, like VeriSign's, let other web services subscribe to a list of blogs that have recently pinged them.
Blog search engines can provide fresh results very quickly by polling only the newly-updated blogs. Similarly, aggregators use results from ping servers to tell subscribers which items on their subscription lists have fresh material.
In addition to open ping servers, there are also proprietary ping servers that gather information only for their own applications.
Most of the major blog search engines operate such ping servers.
Unlike open ping servers,
proprietary servers with their own subscription applications have no incentive to share their received ping data directly with other servers,
which may offer competing services. As these servers do not share their data, bloggers have to ping a large number of individual servers to receive the desired publicity. As a result, bloggers have turned to services such as Ping-o-matic, which pings multiple proprietary ping servers.

Ping Spam

The use of ping servers to direct attention to recent blog posts has led to a rash of ping spam or sping, which attempts to direct readers to web pages that are not, in fact, recent blog posts.
·Product vendors who use a weblog-like format to post product ads, meaningless batches of Google keywords, etc.

·Software vendors, who sell scripts that make automated "weblog postings" every hour around the clock.
Creators of ping spam or spam blogs may hope to benefit by creating pages to turn up in web searches for popular keywords. Typically, an individual spam post links to some external page that displays Google ads or offers a product for sale.

you can use these two web sites to ping you blog
Ping My Blog
Ping My Blog

An other service from ping my blog dot com

message from ping my blg dot com is a service which does the hard work for you. We notify all the major blog directories in one go so that everyone knows about your latest blogs. It saves you the time of having to do each one manually! This is a great way to improve the popularity of your blog and make sure the search engines crawl and index your site properly.