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If you own the website then Google Analytics is the way to go. If you don't own the website then it'll be a lot trickier. You can use something like Alexa ranks to track traffic generically, but that won't tell you anything about specific traffic. Or if you'd rather track the traffic you are sending to that page from your link I'd suggest linking to the ...


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You can do most of that on goodreads. Check out their How It Works page to see how to sign up, add your books, get recommendations, etc.


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Use Google Insights for Search (Beta). Just enter your search term(s) in the search box and hit Enter. You will see the top searchs and rising searches about your search term listed below.


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There is YawnLog but I haven't used it.


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http://imgur.com will do the job for you. You can upload an image from your computer or from the web and it will provide you with a direct link. You can even group multiple images in to a group. Sign up isn't required but if you do it's pretty easy and it lets you manage your images and image groups etc. imgur is used by Stack Exchange when uploading ...


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You can use Google's autocomplete, if you type in a keyword it gives you a few suggestions which seem to be pulled of the most popular query (although surely heavily filtered). You can also try to add a space before you word after you typed it in to get a few new results.


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That's strange, I recently added S3 to my account but didn't get all the other stuff lumped in. AWS stuff is pay-as-you-go, so just having them activated in your account doesn't mean you're going to pay for them. You can also remove 'activated' services from your account on that same page, if you just don't want them activated.


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Saaspose is the solution of your problem, using this free App not only you can convert your document to a variety of other formats but also create your document whether its Word document or PDF from scratch online.


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Online PDF Converter seems to be what you are looking for. You can either convert for free (and send the converted document to an email) or buy a membership.


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Fetch.io Lets you stream media on the site, pretty new.


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Put.io is one such service, as is Leechpack. ImageShack used to offer the same, but they have shut down that service.


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http://www.photobucket.com has direct links for free. For example: http://i51.photobucket.com/albums/f351/charonn0/sad-eyes-dog-1.png


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Have you looked into Google Apps? Its calendar sharing features seem to match your requirements. It is syncable with Outlook, accessible from smartphones (either via syncing or a web GUI), and certainly has a calendar GUI. Taking notes from meetings could be done via Google+, or a Google Doc attached to the meeting invitation.


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Google Reader doesn't have an official API at present. Various sources have suggested that one is/was intended, but seven years on there is still nothing. Currently everyone is using the 'unofficial' API - a reverse engineering of the various AJAX calls the Google Reader web app makes. As with the recent sudden disappearance of the unofficial Google ...


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Pinboard is one of the best, because it archives the page source + the dependencies, but it’s not free. Pinboard is a bookmarking site and personal archive with an emphasis on speed over socializing.


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There are probably solutions out there but if I would want this... I would install a WordPress local install so I can use the functionality in there (database, get rss feed, caching / transients / rendering / etc) Via fetch_feed you can fetch the feeds: http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/fetch_feed (see code there), instead of directly echoing ...


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Google analytics will work on your youtube channel, not sure about your TMZ page though. Setting up Google Analytics on your Brand Channel Sign up for a Google Analytics account at http://www.google.com/analytics. If you have an existing Google Analytics login, you may create a new account by selecting “Create New Account” in the drop-down on the top ...


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You can use LastPass (cross-platform app + webservice). LastPass puts all of your individual passwords behind one master password. When you type in that master password, LastPass can then automatically log you in to any web site you visit with saved login credentials.


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I just found it. It's called hoiio and it works almost on every country. It's affordable and easy to implement. The other options were tropo, pilvo ( I couldn't make them work) amd twilio (it doesn't work for my country).


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While it may not do all you want, you might be interested to check out Trello, which can be used for a variety of purposes. It can be used to assign people to projects, all them to add notes to them, etc. Plus it could be used for as a basic workflow system. The system is more of a SaaS kind of offering, than something you can download and install. Oh, ...


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Evernote has clipping tools available for many browsers. Evernote saves your notes or clippings locally as well as synchronizing with their central servers. You can access your notes from any computer or smart phone. Evernote's basic service is free. If you pay for it, you gain access to encryption and other "premium" services.


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If you are a Firefox user, Scrapbook is the best addon for saving web pages.


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I think you can use Google checkout for your site, they provide at a small fee on transactions. Hope this helps. visit https://checkout.google.com/seller/experience.html for more info


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You can check out http://www.theresumebuilder.com/ and here is list of 20 resume builder apps.


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Open a private posterous space ? You can add, edit, search, it's password protected, free, and handles syntax highlighting for code snippets or just plain gist insertions.


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BrowserShots has been around for quite a while, and they do have a paid faster service...



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