Friday, October 21, 2011

Free Website Monitoring Service You Should Be Using

Every serious online or offline entrepreneur needs to use a reliable free or paid Internet and website monitoring tool or service that can help you keep a close eye on your blog or site performance. I'm not talking about web traffic tracking tools that tell you how many visitors your site gets, where they come from, etc., what I'm talking about is a tool that will tell you if you site is down, or is loading to slow, and much more.

What I'm talking about is a web based service that take the worry of website monitoring out of your hands!

I found one that is actually offering a free version of this service at InternetSupervision.

The guys at Internet Supervision ( can monitor all the components that assure you of the proper availability and performance of your website and its services and will alert you by e-mail, phone, text or voice messaging depending on the depth of your service plan.

The 'Free Website Monitoring' plan will check one HTTP service and send you notifications by email, and you are welcome to upgrade to any of the paid plans anytime.

They have two paid plans one for $5.95 per month and the second one for $15.00 per month, with the second having the ability to monitor your PPC ad campaigns as well.

So, don't let all your actions and effort to go in the trash by keeping an eye on your web properties, this way you will avoid throwing your web marketing in the air.

Happy Friday Everyone...

Luis Galarza,
Web Marketing In Leominster MA Specialist.

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