July 19th, 2012
3 years ago we launched our IP Address Geolocation API. During this time we provided more than 10 billion results. We have constantly upgraded the service to provide better and more accurate details.
Today, using our API you can programatically get the following details about any IP Address:
- Internet Service Provider
- Link to country flag
Our API is very easy to use. The information is provided in XML format. The URL for accessing the API is: http://www.ipgp.net/api/xml/IP_ADDRESS/API_KEY .
Here is an example of how results are returned:
<Isp>China Unicom Beijing Province Network</Isp>
<Organization>China Unicom Beijing province network</Organization>
If you want to try IP Address Geolocation API, request your API key.
February 25th, 2010
This month i ran a poll on my website asking the visitors how many websites do they own. The variants of answers were 1,2,3-5,5-10,10-100, more than 100.
The most part of the results are basically expected, some people focus on only one website, others have several websites that they work in parallel, but having more than 100 websites is kind of sadness.
I have a question for my fellow voters who own more than 100 websites: How can you handle it ? Well, i don’t want to guess that they are only made for spam reasons, or the domains are just brought so others can’t get them. Read the rest of this entry »
January 20th, 2010
As you can see in the title, today ( 20-01-10 ) i’m launching Ipgp.net blog where i will start posting articles. Before i tell you what this blog will be about i want to take you into a time journey.
My name is Lucian Apostol and i’m the founder of Ipgp.net, i’m web developer and internet marketer.
Everything started on 07-07-2006 when i started this website and started my way into internet marketing. I learned a lot in this time 3 and a half years since Ipgp.net is providing you with accurate ip address lookup. Read the rest of this entry »