If you've ever wondered hmmm... who really owns
that cool web site, how many visitors do they receive each day, when was
that web site "born" and what did it look like 5 years ago? How about
how many users are there really in Zimbabwe, Well, we hope to
point you in the right direction for all those answers and many more!
want to find out if you are owed
any unclaimed money or unclaimed property we've provided for you free... many
and unclaimed property resource links for you below. They
include all United States "State" government sponsored web site links plus links
to sites for Puerto Rico, Canada, New Zealand, Switzerland and many other
Review other web site traffic and engagement metrics, identify
sites for your affiliate and SEO link building plus analyze competitors
keywords and search strategies. You can also view visitor and referral
demographics, monthly and daily traffic plus many other great to know
web site hits and visitor information. Check out your own blog or web
site statistics, or even check a friends or competitors web site free.
Investigate domains and IP addresses. Find out information such as
the Domain WhoIs record, DNS records trace route, network WhoIs
record, and service scan all from one page. Note: Many web sites (to
include ourselves, sorry) incorporate privacy settings in the domain
WhoIs listing to reduce spam so you might not always be able to see
who owns and/or manages a particular web site.
American Registry for Internet Numbers
Besides the standard WhoIs search as above, you can also conduct
other WhoIs searches such as: AfriNIC WhoIs, APNIC WhoIs, LACNIC WhoIs,
RIPE WhoIs, InterNIC WhoIs, and DoDNIC WhoIs. Links for these particular
searches are listed in the left navigation bar of the web site.
The Way Back Machine
If you've ever wanted to see what a web site looked like many
years ago, the Way Back Machine will show you that. After clicking the
link above, enter the URL of
the web site you want to check in the top center area and click on "Take
Me Back". Here are a few entertaining Way Back Machine example searches for
They are creating a guide to all websites by allowing webmasters
and visitors to input information about web sites they've visited. You
can connect your business and interests with others, search for
websites, companies, or organizations, or share constructive
information. A great way to locate additional information about a web
They are is a web activity measurement service that enables
advertisers to view audience reports for millions of sites and services
to build their brands. The free service empowers publishers to
demonstrate the unique value of their audiences by tagging their
websites, videos, widgets and games for direct measurement. Enter a URL
to get a better fell for a web sites traffic, demographics, lifestyle
They are a website analysis tool, providing technical analysis and
SEO optimization information to further your website's marketing, sales
and navigation effectiveness. Some of the information that will be
gleaned from the web site you're checking include: server information,
analytics and tracking, widgets, advertising, document Information,
EIt's a free place for website owners to have a free website
listing. No longer do search engine and business listing websites simply
give website owners the benefit of a free listing, which enhances and
increases the likelihood of driving traffic to their website. You can
add your web site or research many other web sites that have been
Allows webmasters, search engine optimizers, domain buyers and
others to determine a websites (or a specific pages) rankings in the
various search engines and directories. You can also view link
popularity stretched out over a period of time instead of just for one
day as many link popularity checkers do. Their trend report allows you
to view linking trends for eight different search engines; Google, Alexa,
Yahoo!, MSN, AllTheWeb, Alta Vista, Teoma and IceRocket, as well as the
Google PageRank and Alexa Rank.
Market Leap has three main areas for your use. Link popularity -
is one of the best ways to measure a website's online awareness and
overall visibility. Search Engine Saturation - is the number of pages a
given search engine has in its index for a website domain. Keyword
Verification - checks to see if a site is in the top three pages of a
search engine result for a specific keyword.
There is roughly $34
billion dollars out there that is left unclaimed by people unaware they
have money owed to them. The sources of this money is wide and varied and
includes: dormant bank accounts, undistributed wages, closed credit
unions, life insurance policies, stocks & bonds, safe deposit box
contents, mutual fund accounts and un-cashed checks or dividends. So how
do you go about finding this money? With a little investment of your time
The resources sites listed below will
help you locate money that's owed to you. They are 100% FREE... unlike
some sites out there where you are sucked into paying for access to a list
of state web site links or for assistance in locating your money! Here at
People Ferret we've tracked down these unclaimed money resource sites and
have listed them for you - have fun, enjoy and we hope you profit from
You can also go directly to
state unclaimed property
resource link listings further down on the page if you'd like.
Input your last name (first name is optional) and your state of
residency and click go, if there is an organization, insurance company
or bank that owes you money they'll be listed. It's recommended you try
other states that you've lived in. Not all states are listed however the
states are updated over time so be sure to visit them again later and
complete another search.
Similar to the above site except there is a map representation of the
United States and you click on the state you want to search. You can
also easily search British Columbia, Alberta and Quebec Canada from the
buttons located just above the US map.
National Credit Union
When a credit union with federal insurance is liquidated some items may
remain unclaimed. Some checks are never cashed; or the credit union's
address information was incomplete. At this site you can view a list
(PDF) of the names of those that are owed money plus it includes the
name of the credit union that was closed. If you're on the list you can
fill out a form and file your claim to receive your money.
A large "FDIC" resource website for you to search for any unclaimed
insured deposits for any banking or financial institutions that were
closed by a regulatory agency between Jan. 1, 1989 and June 28, 1993.
Guaranty Corporation The Pension Benefit Guaranty
Corp. has a searchable database to determine whether you are owed any
pension benefits. This would normally happen if your pension plan no
longer exists because it was closed. You also can track down the
benefits if you are a survivor of the person who should have been
drawing the pension.
The official government source for information on U.S. Savings Bonds and
unclaimed U.S. Savings Bonds. This website for any Savings Bonds you or
a family member might have purchased earlier but then forgot about.
Government Auctions, Foreclosures and Seized Property
They have state listings for
auctions, foreclosures and property that has been seized by law
enforcement or for other reasons. This site works best if you
already know the locations of your state auctions since you can
find out what is being auctioned, however to get the actual
location from this site you'll need to register.
I Web Tool Browser Check
Find out your IP address and hostname, your browser details
width and height, CPU class/type, screen color depth, window width and
height) and browser headers.
World Internet Usage Statistics
Find out what the current Internet usage and population statistics
are for the world, broken down by country. You can click on each world
region name for detailed regional usage information. Demographic
(Population) numbers are based on data from the US Census Bureau .
Internet usage information comes from data published by Nielsen//NetRatings,
by the International Telecommunications Union, by local NIC, and other
Is an online dictionary, encyclopedia and search engine for
computer and Internet technology definitions. You can look up new
technical terms, pronunciations, term of the day and more.
The living Internet
If you ever wondered how the Internet started, who started it and
how it evolved then this site will cover all that. It's a bit "clunky"
with generic menu's, no flash, and little to no graphics but that's how
it all started anyway so the experience journey will likely be an interesting
and good one for you - enjoy!.
Niche Bot Classic
Tracks keywords in use out there on the Internet so you can see
exactly what people are searching for. A great site if you're a
webmaster and want to get a better feel for what key words people out
there are using so you can "fine tune" your web site to capture these
visitors via the search engines.