Website Monitoring

We will monitor your website’s uptime, functionality, and content changes, and notify you if anything goes wrong


30-day monitoring for individuals and startups

$47

 Our commitment is less than 24 hours to complete your order    

This package includes:

  • Number Of Monitors - 5
  • Number Of Users - 1
  • Status Pages - Unlimited
  • Log Retention - 2 years
  • SMS - 10
  • Voice Call - 1
  • Uptime Monitoring
  • Ping Monitoring
  • TCP Monitoring
  • DNS Record Monitoring
  • Text Monitoring
  • Screenshot Monitoring
  • SSL Monitoring
  • URL Monitoring
  • Lighthouse SEO Monitoring
  • Domain Expiration Monitoring
  • Source Code Monitoring
  • Network Monitoring
  • Whois Monitoring
  • Cookie Monitoring
  • IP Blacklist Monitoring
  • Multi Location Monitoring
  • Technology Monitoring

30-day monitoring for medium-scale businesses

$97

 Our commitment is less than 24 hours to complete your order    

This package includes:

  • Number Of Monitors - 10
  • Number Of Users - 2
  • Status Pages - Unlimited
  • Log Retention - 2 years
  • SMS - 25
  • Voice Call - 5
  • Uptime Monitoring
  • Ping Monitoring
  • TCP Monitoring
  • DNS Record Monitoring
  • Text Monitoring
  • Screenshot Monitoring
  • SSL Monitoring
  • URL Monitoring
  • Lighthouse SEO Monitoring
  • Domain Expiration Monitoring
  • Source Code Monitoring
  • Network Monitoring
  • Whois Monitoring
  • Cookie Monitoring
  • IP Blacklist Monitoring
  • Multi Location Monitoring
  • Technology Monitoring

30-day monitoring for large-scale businesses

$147

 Our commitment is less than 24 hours to complete your order    

This package includes:

  • Number Of Monitors - 20
  • Number Of Users - 3
  • Status Pages - Unlimited
  • Log Retention - 2 years
  • SMS - 50
  • Voice Call - 10
  • Uptime Monitoring
  • Ping Monitoring
  • TCP Monitoring
  • DNS Record Monitoring
  • Text Monitoring
  • Screenshot Monitoring
  • SSL Monitoring
  • URL Monitoring
  • Lighthouse SEO Monitoring
  • Domain Expiration Monitoring
  • Source Code Monitoring
  • Network Monitoring
  • Whois Monitoring
  • Cookie Monitoring
  • IP Blacklist Monitoring
  • Multi Location Monitoring
  • Technology Monitoring

Comparing packages

Package Basic
$47
Standard
$97
Premium
$147
Number Of Monitors 5 10 20
Number Of Users 1 2 3
Status Pages Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited
Log Retention 2 years 2 years 2 years
SMS 10 25 50
Voice Call 1 5 10
Uptime Monitoring
Ping Monitoring
TCP Monitoring
DNS Record Monitoring
Text Monitoring
Screenshot Monitoring
SSL Monitoring
URL Monitoring
Lighthouse SEO Monitoring
Domain Expiration Monitoring
Source Code Monitoring
Network Monitoring
Whois Monitoring
Cookie Monitoring
IP Blacklist Monitoring
Multi Location Monitoring
Technology Monitoring
Total $47
$97
$147

Frequently Asked Questions

What is website uptime monitoring?

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Website uptime monitoring is a service that keeps an eye on your website and alerts you if it goes down. The purpose of website uptime monitoring is to ensure that your website is always available to your users. You don’t want your users to lose their current activity or, even worse, give up on your site altogether because it’s too slow or isn’t working for them. It’s also important for businesses that rely on online sales and other transactions.

Why should I monitor my website uptime?

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The most important reason for monitoring your website uptime is to ensure that your site is running smoothly and operating at a high level of availability. If you are unable to serve your customers and clients, then you may be losing out on sales and income. If you have an e-commerce website, then downtime can mean lost revenue from missed sales opportunities. If you are running a blog or news site, then downtime can cost you readership and subscribers. ‍ When your website is down, you lose business.

How much downtime is acceptable?

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For most companies, 24 hours of downtime in a month is unacceptable. Many businesses have built their reputation on having 100% uptime and if your website goes down even for a few minutes, you might lose a client or two. For some businesses, even an hour of downtime can be disastrous, especially if they rely on e-commerce sales. But the fact is that any website can go down at any time - it’s just a matter of when it happens. As such, you should always monitor your site’s uptime and make sure that you’re alerted when something goes wrong.

Will my business be affected if my website experiences downtime?

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A website is a business’ online presence, and downtime can have a big impact on your bottom line. If your website goes down, you lose money — but not just from lost sales. Think about what happens when a customer trying to access your site gets an error message instead. They might think, “Well, this company doesn’t care about me, so I’ll go somewhere else,” and then they’ll go somewhere else and never come back. If you want to keep customers happy and coming back for more, you need to make sure your website is always up and running.

Does the time of day affect a website’s performance?

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When it comes to website uptime monitoring, there are several factors that affect the site’s performance. Some of them are obvious and some may not be so obvious. The most important factor is probably the nature of your visitors. If your website gets a lot of traffic from people in Asia, then you need to make sure that your hosting company has data centers located in Asia as well. That way, you won’t have any problems with latency and slow loading times due to a poor connection between your server and their location. Another factor that affects website uptime monitoring is time of day. If you run an e-commerce site, then it’s important to know whether your customers come online during peak hours or off-peak hours. This will help you determine if they are likely to experience slow loading times if they visit while they’re working or at home on their laptop or mobile device.