1. Uptime Monitoring
Website outages can be costly. To find out how much a typical website outage costs you, analyze how long on average it takes your website to convert a customer. Then divide that by any downtime that occurs.
If you have any sizable traffic at all, you’ll probably find that every outage costs you money you’d rather not lose over technical issues.
Yet the people who manage a website may not know when it goes down, especially when the outage is location specific. If you’re running an international website and you’re in the US, how do you know if your website suddenly becomes unavailable in Australia?
A good web monitoring solution, such as the new TeamViewer Web Monitoring, uses servers all over the world that ping your website regularly. If that ping takes too long or goes unanswered, you’ll get an alert — no matter where you are.
Some downtime is inevitable. But uptime monitoring can notify you when an outage strikes, so you can take action to minimize lost traffic and missed opportunities.