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Is China Blocking your Blog grrr?

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Is China blocking your blog? Many governments block websites and particularly blogs as they frequently contain material that they do no wish their people to see.


How to find out if your blog is blocked? What are the methods to read a blocked blog........



To find out if your blog is blocked just install this Google Gadget :



Click the + Google button at the bottom left corner to add it to your blog. Copy and paste your blog URL in the yellow text box and enter the verification number. Select the city and click the Test It button.



It will test whether your web site is visible from multiple cities in China. The monitoring agent resolves the domain name from the selected location in China, connects to the test website and downloads the complete HTML content. You can select between several of the WebSitePulse monitoring locations based in China for the test, which will be performed in real-time. The test results display DNS lookup time, time to connect, time to download the first byte and time to download the complete HTML of the tested website.





READ BLOCKED BLOGS



1. Use http://www.pkblogs.com/.

2. Use http://www.inblogs.net/.

3. Subscribe to the blog feed using a feed reader like Google Reader.

4. Use a proxy or anonymizer website. Just search for them with Google.





CHECK YOUR BLOG STATUS


If you still cannot access the blog or site you can check it's status with the Google Gadget below :



Enter the URL of your blog in the text box and the Gadget will perform a PING test by sending multiple ICMP packets and listening for the replies. It will verify if the entered web host or IP address is reachable across the Internet and will measure the time it takes the packets to go from the selected testing location to the tested host. You can select between several of the WebSitePulse monitoring locations for the test, which will be performed in real-time. The test results will be displayed in a browser window and will show the shortest, the average and the maximum round-trip times of the test packets, and the packet loss rate between hosts.


1 comments:

Angie said...

This will be the next hot post! Thx, vin

Angie

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