We’ve just released our Uptime Monitor feature 🙂
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WordPress Uptime Monitoring: Overview
You understand the importance of knowing if your clients’ sites are up or down.
Just like you understand the importance of performing plugin updates or handling support requests.
So that’s why we added an Uptime Monitor to Glow … in the same place you handle all of your other WordPress maintenance tasks.
Here’s a rundown on the feature:
- Set how often you want Glow to monitor uptime
This is probably something that will change on a client-by-client basis. You’ll want to set Glow to monitor uptime more regularly for those higher fee paying clients and probably a little less frequently for the lower ones.
- Alerts for when websites go down
Let’s face it, it wouldn’t be much of an uptime monitor if you didn’t get a notification when one of your sites goes down! So, of course, this is standard whenever you activate Uptime for any of your clients’ sites.
- Include uptime information in client reports
In our opinion, as long as you provide a non-tech explanation of what Uptime is and why it’s important that you monitor it, then including the information in a report to a client is another great way of proving the value of your service.
- Accurate record of up/down status for each site
Quickly see a full history of when your client’s site was up and when it was down. Been up for months? Lovely! Been down a while? Houston, we have a problem.
- You choose when to be notified
You can tell Glow to notify you immediately once a site goes down or ask it to check again before notifying you. Chances are, if it’s a small blip, the site could be back online again in a minute or so.
If you’re a customer of Glow already, Uptime is in your account now and ready to use.
Not a customer just yet? Check out our Pricing or arrange a demo.