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Monitor your website with GotSiteMonitor

Ever wonder what your site's uptime numbers really look like?

I'm a blogger and it's extremely important for me that when a user visits my site, they aren't greeted with a nasty error page.  My web hosting company is great, and they do provide me with access to server logs, but who wants to spend time combing through those?  I recently found a free service that will use multiple servers to check the status of my website at 5 minute intervals.  If there's a problem, they offer to send an email, SMS text message, they'll even give me a call!

The site is called .  So if you want free website monitor with plenty of options and reports, then give a shot.

I'll follow up and let you know how it works for me.

Thanks for reading!

Buddy James

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My name is Buddy James.  I'm a Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer from the Nashville, TN area.  I'm a Software Engineer, an author, a blogger (, a mentor, a thought leader, a technologist, a data scientist, and a husband.  I enjoy working with design patterns, data mining, c#, WPF, Silverlight, WinRT, XAML, ASP.NET, python, CouchDB, RavenDB, Hadoop, Android(MonoDroid), iOS (MonoTouch), and Machine Learning. I love technology and I love to develop software, collect data, analyze the data, and learn from the data.  When I'm not coding,  I'm determined to make a difference in the world by using data and machine learning techniques. (follow me at @budbjames).  

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