Website monitoring for beginners and ways of easing up your job

This online website monitoring toolkit includes literally everything I need from accessibility tests from various points around the world to server hardware status monitoring, though I got no need for that at the time.

Even the newbie webmaster knows that website monitoring is vital to do the job, because it allows you to be in touch with everything that happens to the website you’re responsible for. Yet it’s very hard to do the stuff that’s required to properly overwatch the website if you’re using a ton of conventional tools which are somewhat a classic for all old-school webmasters. If you ask me, you’ll hear only one short answer - get rid of it. This habit is almost deadly as hell at the beginning, and will be even more deadlier for your job when you’ll be in need of monitoring more than a pair of websites without a lot of content.

So it’s literally vital for you to find yourself something reliable and powerful to be a front line of defence between you and the routine, or all those checks and tests will bury you alive. I’ve found myself one when I’ve read HostTracker reviews after a couple days looking into the topic. It was (and it still is now) free for 30 days to try everything out before paying for a subscription, so I decided quickly and it didn’t waste my time for a bit.

This online website monitoring toolkit includes literally everything I need from accessibility tests from various points around the world to server hardware status monitoring, though I got no need for that at the time. With this stuff fully automated and always at hand you’ll be able to monitor availability your site round-the-clock without delays and be in touch with everything. You even won’t be in need of reading through reports - its instant notification system will send you an email, a Telegram message or even voice-call you by Skype if there’s something wrong. Of course, there are more messaging services available and it can even make a phone call or send you an SMS if your subscription plan supports it, yet it’s paid and not too useful if you have a lot of free messengers at hand.

monitor availability your site round-the-clock without delays

And the top-notch feature of this HostTracker service is its support system. This platform is really a treasure even for a not too smart rookies, because it has a large knowledge base at Blog area, a lot of already answered questions at FAQ area and a whole bunch of operators that are ready to help anytime if you ask its Support Service for help. Of course, it’s not too easy to get into everything if you’re a beginner, yet it’s a lot more easier than learning how to write scripts and how to configure various software. And a whole month of free usage will be more than enough to learn everything and set up all of the required checks and tests.


Vivien Harrell

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