How the Email Round-trip Monitoring Works

Posted on September 27th, 2013 by Robert Close in Tools, Tech, Guides

Keep Calm, you have not lost any new messages

If you have a mission-critical operation or want to make sure your email systems are up and running 24/7 without any glitches, the email round-trip service is what you need. (If you do not have an account with us yet, sign up for a 30-day free trial to test all our services absolutely free for one month.)

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Using Third Party for Mass Email Campaigns

Posted on September 9th, 2013 by Boyana Peeva in Tools, Tech, Guides

Message in a bottle

Mass emailing has proven to be a successful marketing strategy for both small and big companies. The total cost of running an email campaign is significantly less than using other marketing channels. Businesses can either set up their own email servers and then create and handle the email campaigns or use a third-party mass emailing service.

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What Is a Traceroute Test?

Posted on March 7th, 2013 by Boyana Peeva in Tools, WebSitePulse News

TracerouteIf you're having issues with your network connection, you may need to investigate exactly where the problem is occurring. Maybe your data packets are getting stopped right out of the gate, or perhaps it's just a particular route that they're taking that is causing the issues.

A traceroute test shows the exact path that you're taking when you're trying to connect to a specific IP. This information tells you exactly where the breakdown happens, and it can aid you in trying to fix it.

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How to measure website response time?

Posted on November 28th, 2012 by Lily Grozeva in Tools, Tech

Measure response timeEveryone who operates an online business understands the importance of having fast website response times. When webpages are simple to perceive, the user will spend more time on your pages, and are much more likely to spend money while they are there.

The "end user", or the client, or buyer who visits your website, is the entire reason your website was built, and having a deep understanding of how to influence their behavior while on your website can be critical to your business's success.

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How to check a name server?

Posted on November 26th, 2012 by Lily Grozeva in Tools, Tech

Server communications

For your website to be visible on the internet, your domain name has to be pointed to the name servers of your hosting provider. Visitors are able to access your website using your domain name rather than the IP addresses because of the Domain Name System (DNS). 

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