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    SitePoint Addict Braveheart4's Avatar
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    Question What do you think of pingoat.com?

    Has anyone had experience in submitting a site at pingoat.com?
    What are the benefits if there are any?
    Author at GraphicRiver

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    Google Zombie ssandecki's Avatar
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    Looks like a site that collections names and e-mail addresses to send out spam if you ask me, notice how their is NO privacy policy to tell you what they used your submitted data for

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    Each you make a new posting at your blog, you need ping it to www.pingoat.com in order to push search engines to be index the posting.
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    I don't check really whether it gave any effect. and there is no email requirement to ping. so there is no harm.

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    SitePoint Addict intelligence's Avatar
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    I use feedburner/technorati pings that work well.
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    When you creating new blog that time you ping http://www.pingoat.com and your blog will caching very fast.

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    I tried to use pingoat tonight for a new Squidoo lens I created, and it kept giving me a "duplicate entry xxxxxx for key 1" error when I submitted. I ended up using ipings instead. :s

    -Erica

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    SitePoint Enthusiast KieranG's Avatar
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    I use pingoat all the time, it helps get indexed faster in Google from my experience.

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    SitePoint Addict Braveheart4's Avatar
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    I get "Duplicate entry '1044099' for key 1" too, ahhh
    Author at GraphicRiver

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    I use Pingoat a lot, it helps when it works though!

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    SitePoint Guru Rebirth Studios's Avatar
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    I use and recommend pingoat, it alerts the various sites that you have updated your blog/content, which can help get your content noticed quickly. The benefit is that it makes pinging quick & easy. It's not a magic pill for traffic or anything, but yes it's a good tool

    Looks like a site that collections names and e-mail addresses to send out spam if you ask me, notice how their is NO privacy policy to tell you what they used your submitted data for
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