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Your customers want to be the first to know about website issues
With Pingdom’s website monitoring, your customers will immediately know when their website is down, slow, or if an important interaction such as search, download, or add to cart is down.
Powerful and easy-to-use website monitoring
Your customers want to be the first to know that their site or app is down
Is their website available? Pingdom has the infrastructure to verify that their website works, by automatically testing them as often as every minute from over 70 locations all over the world.
Know when something breaks. When something happens, you or your customers can be immediately alerted. Receive alerts when things break, on error messages, HTTP status, content changes, and lots more. When their website becomes available again, our systems will notify you or your customers that all is well.
Reports to prove the point. All tests performed on their website are saved and presented in easy to understand reports. To help them make data-driven decisions on improvements, we have equipped all reports with beautiful graphs for a clean-cut overview.
Everyone loves a fast website
Your customers can take full advantage of the web performance monitoring features that come with Pingdom so they can analyze what’s slow on their website, and ensure they’re giving their visitors the best experience.
Latest performance trends – Your customers can view trends to spot any changes in load time that happened over time. For example, if a peak in load time coincided with a peak in the number of visitors and how it compares to previous load times.
Long tail of performance – Every visitor will have a different experience depending on where they are, what device they use, their connection, etc. Pingdom will empower your customers to see every user’s experience even the long tail of users that see slower loads. The long tail of load times for your customers’ site is worth money.
Understand and examine everything – The process of loading a web page consists of separate steps called loading states. When someone clicks on a link in a web browser to go to a web page, a complicated process starts. Monitoring this process to see how the performance of your customers’ site is affected is critical to delivering a good user experience to their visitors.