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My image Orbs – Lately there have been many online services that focus on quick and easy website creation for personal or temporary business use. Orbs is one such service that helps create a simple website even if you have no prior experience. You can use the site to quickly create a website and add pages to it. The site can be anything you want it to be: it can be something like a personal blog or a company events page.

My image MapTo – URL shortening helps internet users on a number of websites, particularly social networks. If there is a link to a map you need shortened, then two steps are required: first you form the desired map on the map’s website and then you copy the URL to paste it into the URL shortening website. MapTo combines both these steps into a single interface. Read more: MapTo: Get Shortened Google Map Links
My image Freepik – Graphics designers often search for free high quality vectors and regular images to use in their projects. Most online resources that let people search for such free art do not distinguish between vectors and only photos. If you want a free vector and image search site that lets you control what you are searching for, then head on over to Freepik. Read more: Freepik: Search For Free High Quality Vectors & Photos
My image Mint Data – Most of you might know about, the premier online personal finance management service. Mint Data is a new service by the same site that shows real-time local spending data (US only) and helps consumers decide where they should spend their money.
The anonymous spending data is sourced from Mint’s huge user base. Read more: Mint Data: Real-Time Spending Data
My image ImgOps – You will find numerous image editing web tools. Usually however you need the image stored on your computer for it to be edited through the web tool. Even if an editor supports adding images via URLs, you need to first copy the image URL, then visit the editor’s site, and then paste in the URL. All of this is sped up remarkably with ImgOps. Read more: ImgOps: Meta Tool To Quickly Edit Online Images


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