With $616 Billion Being Spent Online this Holiday, Voodoo Alerts Reminds Website Owners of Monitoring Website Health

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USA Today Estimates $616 billion spent online this holiday season. With added emphasis on website functionality, Voodoo Alerts introduced unlimited uptime checks and server pings, with custom alerts, keeping website owners more in touch with their e-commerce site this holiday season.

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Uptime checks act as a safeguard website owners, constantly talking with the website to ensure not only that it is currently up and running, but that page load times and other important website metrics are also stable

USA Today reports that over $616 billion will be spent online this holiday season. With all that money exchanging hands, it is imperative that e-commerce websites are not only fully functional at all times, but are also loading pages in an appropriate amount of time. One major component to running a successful e-commerce website is page speed. A major study conducted by Forrester estimated that seven of 10 shopping carts end up being abandoned, which translates to an approximate $18 billion dollar issue for internet retail.    

The reason for this excessive rate of abandonment is slow page load speed. In fact, 44 percent of shoppers think that something has gone wrong with the transaction when a checkout page is slow, and as little as a two second delay during checkout results in abandonment rates of up to 87 percent.

With website speed and precision in mind, Voodoo Alerts has introduced a new advanced website monitoring service for new and existing customers. The Voodoo Alerts uptime checks and server pings are complimentary for new and existing customers. With accurate and detailed website function reports, as part of a comprehensive website monitoring service, Voodoo Alerts assures all e-commerce websites increased overall site function, including less site errors, faster page load times, increased conversion rates and of course, unlimited uptime checks and server pings to ensure optimal site functionality during the holiday season.

Uptime checks act as a safeguard website owners, constantly talking with the website to ensure not only that it is currently up and running, but that page load times and other important website metrics are also stable. Voodoo Alerts is the only website monitoring service of its kind, combining its new uptime check and server pings with its unique and intuitive alerting system. With multiple servers across the globe, Voodoo Alerts pings the client’s desired websites constantly, creating a bridge of convenience between each client’s website and the important statistical variables upon which it is measured by the consumer. If site performance is lagging, the client receives a detailed report confirming any possible problems, and all other important metrics needed to help the client fix problems quickly.

Interested users do not have to purchase a full Voodoo Alerts website monitoring service to take advantage of uptime monitoring. The company is offering the service to anyone who is interested, free of charge, by following this link and signing up. http://www.voodooalerts.com/free. Each free uptime monitoring account includes the

following services and features:

  •     Email, SMS, and text notifications
  •     Unlimited Server and Site Monitoring
  •     Comprehensive Reporting
  •     Multiple Party Alerting
  •     Cloud Based: No code to install

Clients interested in trying Voodoo Alerts’ new completely free uptime monitoring or the full site monitoring service, simply need to visit the VoodooAlerts website here. Signup is as simple as inputting a few bits of information. As mentioned before, there is no code to install, and the Voodoo Alerts uptime monitoring software is completely cloud based.

Voodoo Alerts Contact Info:
San Diego, CA
(858) 569-4200
Info(at)VoodooAlerts(dot)com

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