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website up-time, down time, and response time monitoring
website up-time, down time, and response time monitoring

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Received a nice review from this business and finance blog:  http://www.blogfirstteam.org/importance-of-website-uptime-monitoring/
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Want to know if your website is running slower then normal?  It's easy with site-watcher.  Now you can add slowdown thresholds for each of your monitors:  http://www.site-watcher.com/Info/WebsiteMonitoringSlowdownThresholds.aspx
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Now you can setup planned outage windows on each of your sites. You won't receive false downtime alerts during these planned outages and your service level agreement statistics won't be affected. 

Find more info here: http://www.site-watcher.com/Info/WebsiteMonitoringPlannedOutages.aspx
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Now you can set the working hours on each of your monitors along with routine maintenance outage windows. Check it out here: http://www.site-watcher.com/info/websitemonitoringworkinghours.aspx
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The outage and response time heat map pages now show detailed bar charts when hover over a tile:  www.site-watcher.com
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We've increased the time frame for up-time and response time charts in the control panel from one year to max (the life of your account)!  Check it out now: http://www.site-watcher.com
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Now we've got website response time heat maps!

http://site-watcher.com/Info/WebsiteResponseTimeHeatmaps.aspx
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Site-watcher now has outage heat maps.  This allow you to easily spot systematic problems.

http://www.site-watcher.com/info/WebsiteOutageHeatmaps.aspx
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A new feature has been added to our tools page: Whois domain look up information.  Try it out here: www.site-watcher.com/tools.  

This will be used, in the future, to send expiration alerts on our customers domains before they expire.
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