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How to monitor uptime on your PBN

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by myk33, May 9, 2014.

  1. myk33

    myk33 Junior Member

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    Hi all,

    Just been thinking, when as my PBN starts to grow I would want to periodically check that the site is still live, and left how I last left it. when you have in excess of 30 sites it becomes cumbersome to have to check them all on a weekly basis.

    I know I could setup a service to poll the IPs on port 80 every so often but this does not mean that the my website in particular is down as its a shared hosting.

    Its a bit of a long shot but wondering how others manage this who have 50 to 100+ sites and on separate hosting.

    any advice or ideas welcome.
     
  2. thedomainkings

    thedomainkings Junior Member

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    I would try a service like pingdom.
     
  3. hardcorebiker

    hardcorebiker Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Try uptimerobot.com. You can track upto 50 sites per account and it works like charm
     
  4. SEOnetic

    SEOnetic Senior Member

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    uptimerobot is really a awesome service.
     
  5. twitter.followers

    twitter.followers Elite Member

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    I would also suggest you to have a look at Pingdom. They even have a free option in which they send you monthly reports.
     
  6. myk33

    myk33 Junior Member

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    Thanks guys I'll try these out. Do these services also respond if the web server is responding with an error? Which would mean it is responding on port 80 but for what ever reason the host could be having issues or deleted our cpanel account etc...
     
  7. TheLinkGuy

    TheLinkGuy Power Member

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    Thanks for sharing uptimerobot.com That's an awesome resource!