HBB Monthly Recap: Useful Web Services [Dec 2010]

We have reviewed some good number of web services and tools this month (December 2010) on HBB. We also reviewed some services last month.

Web Apps#1 – Tools To Track Comments : In this blog post, I have mentioned 10+ useful tools for bloggers to track their comments online. All are free services and they are worthy enough.

#2 – Google Reader : Google Reader, as we all know, is a Web-based aggregator, capable of reading Atom and RSS feeds online or offline, but it can also perform various other useful tasks. You can find them here.

#3 – Dropbox : Dropbox is one of the most useful tools I found this year. Dropbox is a Web-based file hosting service that uses cloud computing to enable users to store and share files and folders with others across the Internet using file synchronization.

#4 – SwipeGood : SwipeGood rounds up all of your credit card purchases to the nearest dollar and allows you to donate the difference to the charity of your choice. Their aim is to make giving to charity as easy and as possible.

#5 – Create Events [Twitter] : In this blog post, I have mentioned +5 useful websites for creating events online via Twitter. They are free of cost.

#6 – iPhone Simulator : If you wish to optimize your blog for iPhone, you can make use of this simulators to get an idea about your site looks there.

#7 – Eventbrite : Here I have discussed the procedure for creating Affiliate program for Events with the help of Eventbrite. You can find the tutorial here.

#8 – FreeSEOReport : Jeremy Schoemaker’s FreeSEOReport.com helps you to optimize keywords for your blog. You should try this site since this is free of cost and gives the SEO report within minutes.

#9 – Banckle : Banckle is a collaboration development company dedicated to delivering cloud-computing solutions to enterprises on a global scale.

We’ll be reviewing more and more websites and softwares next month, you can subscribe to our feeds to get quick updates.

HBB Monthly Recap : Useful Web Services [Nov 2010]

We posted some really useful web apps & tools on November (2010). This post is a recap of those.

Useful Web Tools Nov#1 – Yogile : Suppose if you are attending an Event, and lots of people taking their own photos. While you might try asking everyone for their shots afterward, you can make it simple by letting them upload online or just sending them to a custom email address. This is done by Yogile, a simplified group photo sharing website.

#2 – Photovisi : Photovisi is a free and easy to use online tool to create photo collages. Select one of the many collage templates, add your photos and then customize by dragging items around. After the collage is finished, it’s available for download and print! Completely online so no downloads required.

#3 – Eventzilla : Using Eventzilla, you can set up your event and start selling tickets instantly. Just remember if you are selling free tickets, then Eventzilla is absolutley free for you. If it is not a free event, then you only pay a small fee when your customers buy a ticket. Simple!!

#4 – Adobe SendNow : Adobe SendNow is a new online service that lets you send and receive large files easily for free. Adobe SendNow lets you send, share, and track large files online without the headaches of email size restrictions, multiple email attachments, FTP sites, and costly overnight services. Online file sharing is now easy!

We’ll be reviewing more and more websites and softwares this month, you can subscribe to our feeds to get quick updates.