Website Speed and SEO

Posted on December 13th, 2017 by Damien Jordan in Monitoring

Keep Calm the Page is Loading

Do you hate waiting? We all do, especially when living in a world that is so dynamic and fast-moving. People are getting more impatient and more demanding when it comes to services, that they are no longer happy when the services are just good - they also want them to be fast. The Internet is no exception – your page has to deliver the proper content, and it has to deliver it FAST.

Read more...

Facebook Messenger is down!

Posted on December 5th, 2017 by Damien Jordan in Monitoring

  
Facebook Messenger is Down 

     The popular messaging service is reported down by users from USA, Europe and Australia. The famous messaging platform appears to be experiencing a major outage as users are unable to send or receive messages. Some even report that they are presented with a message saying “Chat is currently unavailable”.

Read more...

Is your online business ready for Black Friday 2017?

Posted on November 14th, 2017 by Robert Close in Monitoring

Black Friday

Are your servers, websites and online applications ready for Black Friday?

Is your site going to be up and running or will you lose some customers and potential revenue?

Do you want to find out first if a problem occurs or leave your customers disappointed?

Read more...

Why you should monitor your website

Posted on October 13th, 2017 by Websitepulse in Monitoring

 

Website monitoring significantly lowers your operational costs and increases the value of your company.

Independent and objective website monitoring, from the real end-user perspective is the most efficient approach for keeping your web operations' costs as low as possible. (TL;DR;)

Read more...

5 possible Takeover scenarios

Posted on July 3rd, 2017 by Damien Jordan in Monitoring

WebSitePulse Takeover Service

It is always good to know that someone is going to take care of your website when it goes down. We as a website and server monitoring service offer such a feature and it is called Takeover.
Our "Takeover" service lets you leave detailed instructions that we will follow in case of a detected downtime. If you want to know more about how to enable and configure the takeover feature, you may want to check out this article - Handling Downtime and Outages.
To get a better idea of what instructions you can leave, here are 5 possible takeover scenarios that a lot of our customers have configured.

Read more...