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Montastic is a quick to setup and completely free website uptime checker and monitoring tool. It keeps an eye on your website and alerts when a website or a server goes down. To try it out sign up for an account on their website or sign in with Google, Yahoo or OpenID.

To start monitoring a website simply add the URL, select how often you want a website to be checked (every 30 min, 1 hour, 3 hours, 6 hours etc) and optionally what text to verify on the page and then click “Go”. When the site goes down you will get notified by email.

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You can as many sites as you need to be monitored simultaneously from your account. Follow steps as described before to add new sites to your monitoring list. For every site in your list you can edit its monitoring settings, turn the monitoring off/on, remove it from the list or check its for availability at any time.

Different icons are used for uptime status of each individual website. Red if the site is down, green if the site is up and blue color icon if the site is not being monitored. You can turn the monitoring off and on for all your websites with a single click. Sign up for an account to start monitoring your website(s).

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Features

  • Track your website 24/7
  • Websites checked from at least 2 different locations.
  • Get an alert email when your site goes down and when it’s up
  • Add multiple email addresses for alert recipients
  • Monitors uptime status via RSS feeds
  • Track up to 100 websites simultaneously
  • Yahoo Widget: Track Uptime status right from your desktop.

Check out Montastic @ www.montastic.com

  1. Diego Hernandez
    March 5, 2008 at 9:27 am

    I use Site24x7 - it works like a charm.

    Will try out Montastic.

  2. TallPaul
    October 26, 2007 at 1:02 am

    I signed up to this yesterday as we had a server being moved so I knew it would be going offline. It did. I didn't get an email. So then I went and looked on their web site more carefully. You said "Ping frequency: At least once in 10 minutes" and that's how I read it too initially but when you look at their web site it says:

    How often does the system monitor my sites?
    Every 10 minutes at the minimum.

    That's minimum, not maximum and in my case it was well over an hour before it noticed the server was down.

    Bottom line: I've have the customer screaming before I got the email.

  3. Hovhannes Avoyan
    October 22, 2007 at 10:52 pm

    Check mon.itor.us very powerful and absolutely free website monitoring service.

  4. Evangelist
    October 12, 2007 at 3:22 am

    That THAT is a nifty service!

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