Here are a list of miscellaneous online resources Women in Ecommerce™ has come across that we feel would benefit our visitors.
Download Manager Download Manager is a program that increases the speed of your your web browser’s downloads.. You will instantly notice faster downloads, smoother web browsing and using your files just got so much easier! It’s like lightening speed for your computer.
Duplicate Content Tool – This tool diagnoses common causes and effects of duplicate content penalties. Correcting your duplicate content issues can increase your SEO rankings and much more!
FollowUpThen.com is a free email reminder service that makes it extremely simple to follow-up with anyone (including yourself). Simply write a normal email and include the firstname.lastname@example.org in the CC or BCC fields.
Automatically translate a word or phrase or an entire web page in another language.
Internet Archive Offers permanent access for researchers, historians, and scholars to historical collections that exist in digital format. The Wayback Machine makes it possible to search the billions of web pages stored in the Internet Archive.
iTools – Collection of resources including maps, directories, and currency converters. Especially useful are the language tools: English dictionary, pronouncing dictionary, thesaurus, translator, language identifier, “conjugator” and acronym finder.
With keyringapp.com, customers can scan all their cards into their smartphones and sync cards among family members and get merchant promos.
PeekYou is a people search site that associates a weblink with an individual.
Have you read about the Digital Millennium Copyright Act? In 2000 a copyright law was passed to protect those of us who post our writings, pictures, etc. on the internet. Should you find that someone has plagiarized your property, fill out a DMCA Take Down Notice form.You can find the form here: http://www.dreamweaverresources.com/forms/copyright/index.htm.
Search Engine Watch Everything you wanted to know about search engines but were afraid to ask. Here you will learn not only how they work, but also how to improve your site’s ranking with them. There is a free section and a subscription section. The free section still contains a lot of useful information.
SocialText ~ The Socialtext enterprise collaboration platform includes social networking, wiki workspaces, a personal dashboard for each user, integrated weblogs for ongoing collaborative conversations, distributed spreadsheets and social messaging
Translate foreign languages with ease. Try translate.google.com and build stronger communication ties when writing.
Threats A comprehensive resource for daily, accurate and up-to-date information on the latest computer viruses, trojan horses, worms, macros, threats, risks, and vulnerabilities.
What’s Your Website Worth? https://www.worthofweb.com/calculator/ Do you know how much your website is worth? You could be sitting on a fortune! If you want to get a free valuation of your website, just use this tool.
W3C: The World Wide Web Consortium A large repository of information about the web for users and developers, including style sheets and sample applications to demonstrate the use of new technology.
Wall Street Journal Small Business How To Guide A collection of articles and video on how to start, run, grow, buy and sell a small business.
Whois Domain Name Lookup Want to know who registered a particular domain or owns an IP address? Use the whois tool to find out.
Women’s Calendar ~ The Women’s Calendar is the largest listing of women’s events covering every possible venue, topic or issue important to women. Women’s Calendar is a superb networking tool for women.
The FITA Buy/Sell Exchange ~ The largest source of international trade leads, rfq and tender opportunities from companies and government organizations around the world. Over 230,000 businesses have registered with them to help increase their sales, reduce supplier costs, and find new business contacts.
TimeandDate.com ~ This site includes lots of information that is time and date related, such as yearly and monthly calendars, counters, countdown, and the world clock which shows current time in cities all over the world.