Here's a cute trick: Bing’s ip: operator lets you find out which domains are on a given IP address.
For example, let’s consider the IP address of the Coffee and Code blog, whose URL is coffeeandcode.org. A quick check using a utility like whois or host2ip or reveals that its IP address is 22.214.171.124. Take that IP address and type it into Bing preceded by the ip: operator like so:
…and Bing will return a list of domains that live at that given IP address. In this particular case, you’ll find a couple of my own domains: my personal blog’s domain, joeydevilla.com, as well as my technical blog’s domain, globalnerdy.com.
Apparently it’s a feature that’s been around since the MSN/Live.com search days, but it’s a little-known one, so I thought I’d mention it here.
(This article also appears in my personal technical blog, Global Nerdy.)
This doesn't seem to work anymore... Not from the bing.com webpage, not from the search box.
Or is it just me, only today?
Luis: Just tried it a moment ago, and it works for me!
This doesn't seem to work for me either...