How Popular Is Your Site? Find Out With This Link Popularity Checker

This script comes from the fine folks over at Site Expert. (Oooooo, they even have a color chart.) Using this tool, you can check to see how many indexed backlinks lead to your site in such search engines as Google, Yahoo, Bing, and a number of others. The cool thing about the tool is that is actually gives you the numbers on the result page.  Some link popularity checkers only give you the links to the search engines themselves or make you jump through hoops to get the report.  This tool actually shows you the number of indexed links back. So tell me how it works.  Feel free to brag about your link popularity numbers in the comments if you want. Link Popularity Checker Don’t forget out the other tools such as our Youtube Video Downloader, the Whois lookup and the new DailyMotion Video Downloader. Image from here: I’m Only Popular on the Internet and is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 2.0...

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Whois – the DrMike Version

Short and sweet: We now have a whois lookup client here.  Seems like many of the whois clients that I visit are blocked for one reason or another.  It’s a pain having to pop open Putty and log into a server.  Well, now I have a webbased whois to look domains up.  Haven’t tested it fully, and it was a bit of a pain to setup but it’s so far running. Any problems?  Please let me know via a comment on this post.  I’ll make it pretty later on. The basic program is Bill Weinman‘s BW Whois with a few modifications.  Much like how the Youtube downloader started out as. I’ve been meaning to turn the tdjc.be domain into a tool site for myself and others.  I’m slowly getting there.  At least I got the whois lookup tool done....

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MSN Live Search Adds A Captcha

Yes, I know the previous post published without being finished. I’ll have to fix that some time soon. For some strange reason, I can’t get to Google today.  No Google search, no Google Adsense, no Google webmaster tools, no GMail which really is an issue.  Nothing. So anyway, I still have things to do today.  I guess I have to to use another search engine to get some work done. I’ve used MSN a number of times previously, usually to see how different search engines compare with certain search terms.  So I headed over to MSN.com to give it a try. Imagine my complete surprise when the above captcha pops up. Not once, not twice but every single time I did a search.  And it wasn’t an easy captcha either but captchas with other characters in the background, making it harder to read. (At least for me.) Now, I’m not a big fan of captchas.  I’ve noticed that they really don’t work and are easy to beat.  MSN isn’t alone with their use either.  Google’s done it before, recently as well, and they’re not that easy to read either. (Rather long if you ask me.) I don’t see it that often though on Google.  And it didn’t take 5 tries that it did with some of...

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