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Setting Up Blacklist Monitoring

Posted on February 13th, 2014 by Robert Close in Monitoring, Guides

Black listHave you ever wondered why some spam filters block the emails sent from your server?

A possible reason for such problems might be that your servers are blacklisted in a DNSBL list (DNS-based Blackhole List) which the spam filters use to verify that you are not a spammer. So, to make sure the IP of your mail server is not present in most of the major blacklist services’ lists, you can use our Blacklist (DNSBL) monitoring service.

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Web Performance and Availability during Holiday Season 2013, [INFOGRAPHIC]

Posted on January 27th, 2014 by Boyana Peeva in Performance Reports

2013 Holiday Season retail websites downtime and response times

Online sales during this holiday season (November 21st, 2013 – January 6th, 2014) weren’t as miraculously high as retailers were hoping for but still December sales gave a lift to the US economy.

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Use Stats Publisher to Show Your Target's Uptime to Clients

Posted on January 20th, 2014 by Damien Jordan in Tech

If your business largely depends on your website, you may often need to show its uptime to your customers.

As a WebSitePulse client, you have an option called ‘Stats Publisher’where you set up a public report page that includes the uptime statistics for one or more of your targets. The reports are published on www.MyWebReports.net and can be viewed by everyone, or just by the people whom you give access to.

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What You Need to Know about In-browser Monitoring, Part 1

Posted on December 19th, 2013 by Dean Cole in Tools

In-browser Monitoring

Monitoring your website is not just a preemptive measure

We all know that companies invest a lot of funds and efforts to build up a good image of its products and services. A rock-solid corporate identity could be a great corner stone for gaining and increasing the public trust of your company’s current and prospective clients. Once you have established a good company name, the main goal of the management is to keep that name clean and safe. And they do it, or at least they try to do it the best they can. 

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Target Groups and User Management, Part 2

Posted on December 5th, 2013 by Robert Close in Tech

In Target Groups and User Management, Part 1 we talked about target groups, setting up general groups, and user management settings. Now, we continue with adding new users to your account, securing the account, customizing permissions and a few more extras. 

If you click on the Add New User button,

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