All you need to know about website uptime monitoring

You can’t manage your site without knowing how it’s performing. The more you know about your site, the better you can make sure it’s up to par. Checking your site status (up or down), performance and notifications are all ways to stay informed about your website.

Checking your site’s performance.

You can use the site checker to measure your site’s performance. The most important thing to remember when measuring performance is that it’s not about how fast a page loads, but rather how well it performs over time. The longer you keep a site open and running, the better data you’ll have to track user interactions with it and make adjustments accordingly.

Notifying you when there’s a problem.

You can set up notifications to be sent to your phone, email and/or SMS using uptime monitoring tools.

  • Email notifications: When a check is processed, we’ll send an email with the result. This is useful if you want to follow up on a specific problem or issue that needs further attention.
  • Phone notifications: If there’s something unusual going on with one of our checks (e.g., someone has marked it as “not completed”), we’ll call you so that we can talk about it over the phone instead of sending an email blast about what happened with their account in general terms without explaining why this happened specifically for them specifically at this time! It’s important for us not only because people enjoy talking face-to-face but also because sometimes some problems are easier fixed when spoken aloud rather than written down…so now you know where I stand! 🙂

Stay up to date on your competitors’ sites as well.

Monitoring your competitors’ sites can help you to stay on top of your game. You can see what they are doing right and wrong, which may give you ideas for how to improve yours.

Uptime monitoring keeps you informed.

Uptime monitoring is a great way to keep you informed of the status of your website, whether it’s downtime or downtime recovery. In the event that one or more of your sites goes down, you’ll know immediately and can plan accordingly. This allows you to be prepared for unexpected downtimes and ensure that they don’t happen again in the future. There are many benefits associated with uptime monitoring:

  • You’ll always have access to real-time statistics about how well things are going on each site—whether it’s uptime or downtime recovery time. This means there’s no need for guesswork when trying to figure out what might go wrong next! With this information at hand, everyone involved will know exactly where they stand before making any decisions related to fixing problems quickly (and efficiently).


You can get uptime monitoring with a free tool, or you can pay for it. If your budget for it in your business plan, then it’s worth the investment. Either way, downtime is never an option.