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  • v. Present participle of ping.


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  • WordPress comes pretty much SEO (Search Engine Optimization) ready with easy to use permalinks, built-in pinging, and out-of-the-box code optimization, as long as you choose or create a search engine friendly WordPress Theme.

    Do-It-Yourself Search Engine Optimization Guide « Lorelle on WordPress

  • And remember, pinging is like submitting to a search engine, do it more than once in a reasonable length of time and you can be penalized.

    Pinging With Pingers « Lorelle on WordPress

  • The practice is known as "pinging" because of the way cell phone signals bounce off relay towers as they try to find reception.

  • The practice is known as "pinging" because of the way cellphone signals bounce off relay towers as they try to find reception.

    The Seattle Times

  • We're going to have the latest on the St. Guillen murder case with angles you haven't seen anywhere else, like how investigators narrowed in on Darryl Littlejohn through what's called pinging, actually tracking him by following his cell phone even when wasn't in use.

    CNN Transcript Mar 13, 2006

  • By alerting all the news services or aggregators of a new blog posting by a process called pinging, the whole world knows almost instantly of this posting.

    Journalism Hope - Seeking Hope via Grassroots Journalism

  • Aren't I 'pinging' my target audience over and over? '

    InteracTiVoty: If You Don't Like Change, You're Going to Hate the Alternative - Bob Pares - MediaBizBlogger

  • They repeatedly dropped depth charges and kept "pinging" our sub with their radar.

    Reliving The Past

  • Today, every new car has an engine management computer, but the concept was new in 1982, and thanks to increasingly precise control of factors like ignition timing and fuel delivery, the Eta engine could employ higher compression without suffering the detonation, or "pinging," so common at the time.

    1982 BMW 528e:

  • To make one Henry Martyn slaved hard, far into the hot, sultry Indian nights, with scores of mosquitoes "pinging" round his lamp and his head, grinding at his Persian grammar, so that he could translate the life of Jesus Christ into that language.

    The Book of Missionary Heroes


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