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Snatchcode – If you mistakenly deleted important data from your website, the only way to recover it is through an external backup. Thus creating regular backups of your website is a wise decision. Here to help you do that is a web service called SnatchCode, a web service that backs up the data on your website through FTP and MySQL. Read more: SnatchCode: Easily Back Up The Data On Your Websites

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IMcreator – A visually appealing website is often a result of a developer’s creative talent. But creating a website requires coding as well – a skill not all designers have. IM Creator is a web service to solve this problem by letting you create websites without any coding requirements. Read more: IMCreator: Create Webpages Without Any Coding Know-How


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Lemon – Mobile devices have made the tracking of expenses much easier. But even in this age of smartphones, many people still can’t get their daily finances in order. What we need is a dedicated app that will not only track your expenses but also capture and store online paper receipts so that everything has a tangible record. This is what Lemon does best. Read more: Lemon: Capture & Store All Your Receipts Online


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RentStuff – Are you in need of stuff that is of great use to you right now, but not valuable enough for you to buy it? Perhaps you need an extra camera for your weekend trip? Or a bicycle to tour the city? Enter Rentstuff. This website is a community and marketplace for rentable items online. Read more: RentStuff: Community & Marketplace For Rentable Items Online


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Gmail Attachments To Docs – Gmail offers you the function of opening attached documents from Google Docs. But what if there are a bunch of attached documents that you simply want to save in Docs instead of viewing them right away? The answer is the web tool Gmail Attachments to Docs, a free to use and it lets you save Gmail attachments directly to your Google Docs accounts. Read more: Gmail Attachments To Docs: Save Gmail Attachment To Google Docs


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  1. magazine holder
    December 28, 2011 at 1:50 pm

    Gmail Attachments to Docs is a perfect tool for me. Cheers for this amazing article.

  2. Joel Lee
    December 28, 2011 at 1:23 pm

    RentStuff would've been really useful back when I was trying to make indie short films. Too bad they're not available where I live yet.

  3. Headlights
    December 28, 2011 at 5:50 am

    lemon seems to be pretty useful

  4. Dipal Raval
    December 28, 2011 at 5:47 am

    Really very interesting post.I have seen this all website and it's very well working.But i like IM Creator.It's really amazing website.If you are changing your websites, then you are create website related coding.If you want to change your site content then use this tool.Don't waste time to create a coding.Use IM creator, just choose a design, customize it with your content and easily connect to your domain.Thanks for wonderful post.

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