Monitor Your Landing Page Uptime 24 7
You have spent all that time, money, and resources on launching your campaigns, you certainly don’t want to send your respondents to a landing page that is not working! The solution is actually very simple.
No matter which server you host your landing pages on, incidents happen. You want to be notified immediately if there’s an issue causing your landing pages to be down.
Using an uptime monitoring service is a simple and effective way to keep an eye on your landing pages at all times. These services ping the URL of your landing page every few minutes to see if they get a response back. If they don’t they’ll send you a notification, so you can look into and fix the issue.
Here are a couple of monitoring services that I have used:
- Better Uptime
They are both very good and offer a generous free plan. I like Better Uptime more, simply because I think their dashboard UI is, well, better. I have no business affiliation with either of these services.
UptimeRobot claims to be the world’s leading uptime monitoring service. At the time of writing this, they have 6,000,000 monitors for over 1,600,000 users and companies.
UptimeRobot Website Home Page (as of June 2022)
They offer 50 free monitors with 5-minute checks.
UptimeRobot Pricing Plans (as of June 2022)
Better Uptime claims to offer a “radically better monitoring infrastructure platform”. They also offer another service called Logtail which provides log monitoring for engineers.
Together their platform is called Better Stack. Their target audience seems to be primarily technical professionals. Their uptime monitoring service, however, is so easy to use that everybody can set it up in a few minutes.
Better Uptime Website Home Page (as of June 2022)
With their free tier, you’ll get 10 monitors with 3-minute checks.
Better Uptime Pricing (as of June 2022)
Whichever monitoring service you choose, you should be fine. The important point is making sure you have set up one uptime monitoring to keep an eye on your landing page 24/7.
You have spent all that time, money, and resources on launching your campaigns, you certainly don’t want to send your respondents to a landing page that is not working!
If you like to see more tips like this, you should check out the article series I am writing on Landing Page Optimization.
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