Automated Bulk Pinging Tool -- Exists or Not?

Profile picture of the author Tom Goodwin by Tom Goodwin Posted: 11/03/2009
Hey guys-

With all of the various scripts and software out there, for the life of me I can't locate a tool that will ping (to a large list of pinging services, either already preprogrammed or lets you add your own) a bulk group of sites.

So far the best was SENuke which has a great bulk pinger built-in, but i'm looking for a more-or-less standalone product.

There *has* to be one.

Anyone know of any?

Thanks in advance.
#automated #bulk #exists #pinging #tool

  • Profile picture of the author fitzwar
    fitzwar
    mmm Not sure, but have you tried PingomaticDOTcom
  • Profile picture of the author markshields
    markshields
    I have been using a few pinging websites such as pingomatic, pingmyblog, autopinger and many more but if you do find any better then please let me know
  • Profile picture of the author Michael Mayo
    Michael Mayo
    If you are using Firefox then under your address box right click and select
    new bookmark from the drop down box.

    In the "Name box" type "Ping" with out the quotes.
    In the "Location box" enter this Java Sniplet as one solid line of code.
    Code:
    javascript:location.href='http://pingomatic.com/ping/?%20title='+encodeURIComponent(document.title)%20+'&blogurl='+encodeURIComponent(location.href)%20+'&chk_weblogscom=on&chk_blogs=on&chk_technorati=on&chk_feedburner%20=on&chk_syndic8=on&chk_newsgator=on&chk_myyahoo=on&chk_pubsubco%20m=on&chk_blogdigger=on&chk_blogrolling=on&chk_blogstreet=on&chk_mo%20reover=on&chk_weblogalot=on&chk_icerocket=on&chk_newsisfree=on&chk_%20topicexchange=on&chk_google=on&chk_tailrank=on&chk_bloglines=on&chk%20_aiderss=on&chk_skygrid=on&chk_audioweblogs=on&chk_rubhub=on&chk_%20geourl=on&chk_a2b=on&chk_blogshares=on'
    Click "Add".

    Now any time you add new content to your site you can visit your sites url in your browser and click the new Ping button that you just created.

    It will ping many sites for you.

    Have a Great Day!
    Michael

    Originally Posted by thmgoodw View Post
    Hey guys-

    With all of the various scripts and software out there, for the life of me I can't locate a tool that will ping (to a large list of pinging services, either already preprogrammed or lets you add your own) a bulk group of sites.

    So far the best was SENuke which has a great bulk pinger built-in, but i'm looking for a more-or-less standalone product.

    There *has* to be one.

    Anyone know of any?

    Thanks in advance.
  • Profile picture of the author Colin Theriot
    Colin Theriot
    Originally Posted by Michael Mayo View Post
    If you are using Firefox then under your address box right click and select
    new bookmark from the drop down box.

    In the "Name box" type "Ping" with out the quotes.
    In the "Location box" enter this Java Sniplet as one solid line of code.
    Code:
    javascript:location.href='http://pingomatic.com/ping/?%20title='+encodeURIComponent(document.title)%20+'&blogurl='+encodeURIComponent(location.href)%20+'&chk_weblogscom=on&chk_blogs=on&chk_technorati=on&chk_feedburner%20=on&chk_syndic8=on&chk_newsgator=on&chk_myyahoo=on&chk_pubsubco%20m=on&chk_blogdigger=on&chk_blogrolling=on&chk_blogstreet=on&chk_mo%20reover=on&chk_weblogalot=on&chk_icerocket=on&chk_newsisfree=on&chk_%20topicexchange=on&chk_google=on&chk_tailrank=on&chk_bloglines=on&chk%20_aiderss=on&chk_skygrid=on&chk_audioweblogs=on&chk_rubhub=on&chk_%20geourl=on&chk_a2b=on&chk_blogshares=on'
    Click "Add".

    Now any time you add new content to your site you can visit your sites url in your browser and click the new Ping button that you just created.

    It will ping many sites for you.

    Have a Great Day!
    Michael
    I was going to post something very much like this. However, once you visit your site once, just bookmark the results page. You can re-ping by simply visiting that same bookmark. So I keep a bookmark folder with the ping receipts pages for all my sites, and once a week or so, I just use Firefox's "Open all in Tabs" on that folder and pow - all sites re-pinged.

    This is assuming that you know for sure there's new content on all the sites involved since your last ping. Don't ping non-changing sites (in case that needed to be said).
  • Profile picture of the author p2y
    p2y
    Blog pinger Pro does exactly this, Joseph Tierney actually gives it away for free (if you subscribe to his list) but it's definitely worth as it will save you tons of time:

    Joseph Tierney's BloggerGenerator
  • Profile picture of the author Michael Mayo
    Michael Mayo
    Damn good Ideal Colin!

    Thanks,
    Have a Great Day!
    Michael
    Originally Posted by Colin Theriot View Post
    I was going to post something very much like this. However, once you visit your site once, just bookmark the results page. You can re-ping by simply visiting that same bookmark. So I keep a bookmark folder with the ping receipts pages for all my sites, and once a week or so, I just use Firefox's "Open all in Tabs" on that folder and pow - all sites re-pinged.

    This is assuming that you know for sure there's new content on all the sites involved since your last ping. Don't ping non-changing sites (in case that needed to be said).
  • Profile picture of the author thmgoodw
    thmgoodw
    Originally Posted by fitzwar View Post
    mmm Not sure, but have you tried PingomaticDOTcom
    1 website at a time is kind of a pain when we are talking hundreds of sites. Same goes for pingler.com
  • Profile picture of the author thmgoodw
    thmgoodw
    Thanks. I already know about this, but what i'm looking for is something where I can cut and past 100s of backlinks in that I want pinged.

    Originally Posted by Michael Mayo View Post
    If you are using Firefox then under your address box right click and select
    new bookmark from the drop down box.

    In the "Name box" type "Ping" with out the quotes.
    In the "Location box" enter this Java Sniplet as one solid line of code.
    Code:
    javascript:location.href='http://pingomatic.com/ping/?%20title='+encodeURIComponent(document.title)%20+'&blogurl='+encodeURIComponent(location.href)%20+'&chk_weblogscom=on&chk_blogs=on&chk_technorati=on&chk_feedburner%20=on&chk_syndic8=on&chk_newsgator=on&chk_myyahoo=on&chk_pubsubco%20m=on&chk_blogdigger=on&chk_blogrolling=on&chk_blogstreet=on&chk_mo%20reover=on&chk_weblogalot=on&chk_icerocket=on&chk_newsisfree=on&chk_%20topicexchange=on&chk_google=on&chk_tailrank=on&chk_bloglines=on&chk%20_aiderss=on&chk_skygrid=on&chk_audioweblogs=on&chk_rubhub=on&chk_%20geourl=on&chk_a2b=on&chk_blogshares=on'
    Click "Add".

    Now any time you add new content to your site you can visit your sites url in your browser and click the new Ping button that you just created.

    It will ping many sites for you.

    Have a Great Day!
    Michael
  • Profile picture of the author thmgoodw
    thmgoodw
    I assume this (despite the name) can ping static/non-blog pages too? Unfortunately it is telling me that the product is off the market.

    QUOTE=p2y;1346549]Blog pinger Pro does exactly this, Joseph Tierney actually gives it away for free (if you subscribe to his list) but it's definitely worth as it will save you tons of time:

    Joseph Tierney's BloggerGenerator[/QUOTE]
  • Profile picture of the author TLTheLiberator
    TLTheLiberator
    A fellow warrior created this tool that I think will help.

    StepOneWeb - Ping tool

    All The Best!!

    TL
  • Profile picture of the author thmgoodw
    thmgoodw
    Originally Posted by TLTheLiberator View Post
    A fellow warrior created this tool that I think will help.

    StepOneWeb - Ping tool

    All The Best!!

    TL
    Much thanks.
  • Profile picture of the author belgirl
    belgirl
    This one seems to work pretty well:

    PingDevice
  • Profile picture of the author thmgoodw
    thmgoodw
    Originally Posted by belgirl View Post
    This one seems to work pretty well:

    PingDevice

    Any ideas what's pinged. AT the completion, it just says "ping sent":confused:
  • Profile picture of the author breakdance
    breakdance
    Originally Posted by thmgoodw View Post
    Any ideas what's pinged. AT the completion, it just says "ping sent":confused:
    LOL bro', I said the same thing, but from what I've noticed in the left-hand corner, it seems to be pinging our sites with "pingomatic" and "google-analytics.com", as it says these two things:

    Waiting for pingomatic.com
    Connecting to Google Analytics | Official Website


    ...I HOPE this website works, because it could save us *a lot* of time (if it does)!
  • Profile picture of the author belgirl
    belgirl
    Here are the sites it pings: Weblogs.com, Blo.gs, Technorati, Feed Burner, Syndic8, NewsGator, My Yahoo!, PubSub.com, Blogdigger, BlogRolling, BlogStreet, Moreover, Weblogalot, Icerocket, News Is Free, Topic Exchange, Google Blog Search ,Spinn3r, Bloglines, AideRSS, SkyGrid, Bitacoras, Collecta, Audio.Weblogs, RubHub, GeoURL, A2B GeoLocation, BlogShares
  • Profile picture of the author samcarson
    samcarson
    pingdevice works well
  • Profile picture of the author Mike Grant
    Mike Grant
    PingDevice is good, but it's limited to 100 or 200 at a time and it is also slow.

    I'd love a pinger with the functionality like the one included with SENuke.
  • Profile picture of the author Kelly Verge
    Kelly Verge
    Scrapebox has a mass-ping function built in.
  • Profile picture of the author wmvvincent
    wmvvincent
    I think you can try this - www dot just-ping dot com
  • Profile picture of the author MISsupport
    MISsupport
    In another thread, I asked the same thing but I want a script NOT, I repeat, NOT a software solution but a script.

    You would have 2 text box:
    1- List of 100s of URL
    2- List of ping servers(like pingler.com thus no checkbox)

    And no captcha

    It would be for me only thus I would install it on a subfolder on one or more of of my domains. I will use my computer to do BMD run's on it. Then, I would ping those new backlinks from my domains while doing the next BMD run.

    The solutions I found did not have those minimum requirements. I would be willing to pay for it but free is good too. :p

    If it's paid, I won't mind recommending to IM friends so it it could be updated with new features(keyword, schedules, url duplicate detector...)

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