StatusCake

Alternative to Internetseer.com

If you’re a website owner you’ll know all too well the importance of website monitoring.  You may also have checked out Internetseer.com who offer both “Standard” website monitoring – which is their free plan, as well as their paid for, “Advanced” website monitoring.

If you’re looking for the best alternative to Internetseer then StatusCake.com is the uptime monitoring service for you.

When it comes to website downtime every minute counts – you’ll want to know at any give time if your site is down or not.  That’s why at StatusCake we believe that whether you’re on a paid or a free website monitoring account, you should have a service that gives you what you need – a service that is reliable and has excellent customer service.

At Internetseer.com if you’re looking for free website monitoring your websites will only be monitored every hour.  But what happens if your site is checked by Internetseer and then goes down for 55 minutes?  You’d never have known about your website’s downtime.  And in the meantime you’d have lost money, customers and your hard earned reputation.

At StatusCake we offer free unlimited website monitoring.  That means you can monitor as many websites or URLs as you want – all of which StatusCake will check for uptime every 5 minutes.

Free Website Monitoring

Internetseer.com StatusCake.com
Monthly Cost   Standard / Free Free
Websites Monitored Unlimited Unlimited
Monitoring Frequency 60 Minutes 5 Minutes
Monitoring Types HTTP only HTTP TCP, UDP, Ping

If you’re looking for more regular downtime checks and more features then you’ll be looking at paid website monitoring – Internetseer.com’s “Advanced”, “Pro” and “Enterprise”.  Again StatusCake’s free and paid plans offer compelling value when compared to those of Internetseer.

In fact if you sign-up for StatusCake’s free website monitoring you’ll find it has all the features of Internetseer’s “Pro” plan which costs $33.99.  Even Internetseer’s most expensive plan, the “Enterprise” plan which costs $49.99 per month still only checks for downtime every 5 minutes.

If you want 1 minute or 30 second monitoring this simply isn’t available with Internetseer.  With StatusCake you can sign-up for a paid website monitoring account for just $4.99 per month and you’ll get 1 minute monitoring, the ability to determine which monitoring centres your website’s uptime is checked from and much, much more.  And if you’re looking for 30 seconds monitoring this is available for just $29.99 with our Business Plan account.  You’ll also get free unlimited SMS downtime alerts, malware checking and social media monitoring.

For feature packed website monitoring, including free real user monitoring and website performance tools for all our users, sign-up for StatusCake.com today.

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