Jan Ole Peek

Free Website Monitoring Service

I came across this on the “Hot Now” list of sites at Blinklist and wanted to share. Montastic, the free website monitoring service that doesn’t suck. It really doesn’t. It’s free and you can add up to 100 websites that it will keep track of. You get an email when your site goes down and comes back up, and it provides the current statuses via an RSS feed. The designers of the service also have a sense of humour. For example, in one place you get the option to save or save not.


photo credit: premasagar

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  1. I am using 100 pulse a free website monitoring service with numerous customization options. You can choose from various interval frequencies – 5 minutes, 10 minutes, 15 minutes, 30 minutes, 1 hour, or 3 hours. You can receive email alerts about uptimes and downtimes and view basic reports about your website. You can even schedule your website maintenance through 100Pulse.http://100pulse.com/

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