Tel Aviv, Israel (PRWEB) April 9, 2007
Every day new posts are being added to thousands of blogs but finding easy ways to update search engines can be a challenge for the bloggers while providing the latest updates continues to be a growing problem for aggregators. King Ping, a central location for updating aggregators, changes ownership to aggreg ltd., a new web holding company located in Israel.
The site, King Ping, prides itself on being a central location for all ping needs. .Bloggers can go to the site, enter the name and URL of the blog, and select any or all of the ping and podcast services available, then update them all with a single click of the mouse. The service includes some of the top ping services, including Technorati.com, MyYahoo.com, and more than a dozen others. That means bloggers will easily be able to alert a large audience of their most recent postings. Plus, the service is completely free.
King Ping was originally owned and developed by Fredrick Giasson, a Canadian computer scientist and consultant. Recently, the site was acquired by aggreg ltd., an Israeli web holding company operating other sites, including http://www.strategicboard.com which is a blogs and news search engine. As part of their acquisition, it will go through a complete face lift and will be re-launched soon.
To learn more about King Ping, visit http://www.kping.com.