Why do I need to know if my website is online?


Well, it may sound simple, but your website is one of the most important parts of your business.

From getting your products in front of potential customers to increasing your brand’s trustworthiness, your website is often the first part of your business a potential customer sees.

There is a lot of valuable data about your website that you might not even be aware of.
Things like, the amount of time it is offline for or how fast your website loads up can seriously affect how customers interact with your site, or why they might choose not to use it at all.

If your website is offline, then the reputation of your business is impacted and a potential customer may decide to go to a competitor instead.

That being said, here are a few reasons why you need to monitor your website.



1. Be alerted to when your site goes offline

There are lots of reasons as to why your website may go down, but the main thing to know is whether your website is up and working.

When your website goes down unexpectedly, there are a number of serious costs to your business and on top of financial costs, there are costs to your reputation as well.

If a customer tries to go to your website and it is offline, they may go to a competitor, but the frustration of your site being down may mean that they actually keep going to that competitor in the future as well.

That is why web monitoring solutions are so critical, as a service like this constantly monitors your website 24/7, checking it more than a thousand times each day.
That way, when your website has gone offline, you can respond immediately and get it back up and running as soon as possible.


2. Know how stable your website is over a period of time

Is your website suddenly going down all of the time? Or is its performance actually improving? Without using a website monitoring solution, then there is no way for you to know.

It’s important to be able to compare your website’s current performance to the past if you are trying to troubleshoot issues.

If you notice that your website is suddenly going down significantly more often in the past two months, you can consider what might have changed to cause this.

Once you know what is going wrong and why, you can the build a solution and make sure your website spends as much time online as possible.


3. Save time and money (and also gain some peace of mind)

Without using a website monitoring solution, the only way to know if your website is online is to check it yourself.

There is no way that you can check your website as many times as a monitoring service can, because website monitoring is needed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and you wouldn’t be able to take time to sleep, let alone get anything else done!

Even if you are just checking if your website is online periodically throughout the day, that takes up your time and your attention away from running all of the other aspects of your business.

With a website monitoring solution, you get more effective and more frequent monitoring than you could ever do yourself and the only time you will need to react is if an outage happens.

It also gives you peace of mind, because if you aren’t getting alerts, you can rest assured that everything is running as it should be and it is one less thing to worry about in your workday.


So… now I know that monitoring my website is critical to my business and I want to monitor my website. How can I do it?


Well, here at Twister Creative we can help you with that.

We offer a website monitoring solution that checks your website every minute, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and notifies us when your website is offline.

If an outage happens, then we can then respond as soon as possible and get your website back up and running as soon as possible.

Leave the hassle of monitoring your website to us.

If you like the sound of this and want to find out more information about the website monitoring solution that we offer, then give us a call, grab us on one of our Social Media channels or drop us a message on our contact form.

18 January 2021
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