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PKBlogs - Not The Only Solution

PKBlogs goes down periodically. It looks like they're down right now.

I use PKBlogs so I can package the URL of my target with my advice, as in
http://www.pkblogs.com/bloggerstatusforreal.blogspot.com/
2007/03/connectivity-problems-with-blogspot.html


Clicking on that URL takes you directly to my blog (when PKBlogs is up). Other than that, you can use any other proxy server, to access any blog or web site, anonymously and safely.

Google for "free proxy server", and pick one. You'll have to type the URL of the target (your blog) each time unfortunately.

Comments

haze said…
this is really annoying because I used this blog for advertsing and missed out tons of opps for this error thing.

Will try all this advice I hopeb it works..

Thanks you guys
haze said…
ello guys thanks a lot my create post error is now resolved. I am able to post and create. All I did is cleared out my post template and it did work...You guys rock!

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