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Pingdom is now monitoring Technorati Top 100

Technorati Top 100

Technorati’s Top 100 blogs is a great list, which we often use for various articles. It’s also a great place for you to find new blogs and other sites to follow, for all kinds of topics.

Now we have a new public service to announce – we’re monitoring the uptime of all the sites in the Technorati Top 100.

Since last week we publish the uptime of the Technorati Top 100 in a public uptime report. It’s easy to remember too:

Updated every 24 hours

Technorati updates the Top 100 list every 24 hours, so we do the same. That means that we add any sites that Technorati has added, and remove sites that have fallen off the list.

However, our monitoring goes on continuously, so the public monitoring page is always up to the minute.

But, even if a site has fallen off the list, that doesn’t mean we stop monitoring it. So if a site falls off the list and later reappears, the full monitoring history is available for you to look at.

We hope you will enjoy this public monitoring list. Perhaps, next time your favorite blog site is down, you can take a look at it and see what’s going on.

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