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WebSitePulse Offers Free Monitoring

September 16, 2005, WebHosting.Info

Provides the monitoring service for donation websites of the American Red Cross and the Bush-Clinton Relief Fund.

WebSitePulse, a provider of global, independent and remote monitoring of web-based systems and e-business transactions, today announced its initiative of free monitoring for non-profit organizations raising funds for Katrina Relief Effort.

WebSitePulse started free monitoring of the donation web pages of the American Red Cross and the Bush-Clinton Relief Fund. According to the company, the system measures the performance of the web page visitors need to open in sequence (a transaction) to make a donation. In case of a detected malfunction or slow response, the web-administrators are notified immediately. The free monitoring offer was expanded to other non-profit organizations involved into the raising of the needed funds. WebSitePulse has activated a Request Form for other non-profit fundraisers. The free monitoring is not limited in time, and will be provided to the qualified organizations as long as the active fundraising is needed.

"Watching the disturbing reports from the affected areas, we felt that raising funds for the victims was the most critical mission these days. WebSitePulse has the capabilities to ensure the seamless flow of financial help through the respective websites. We decided to offer the service for free as our own special way to be an active part of the relief effort," said Iavor Marinoff, CEO, WebSitePulse.