CodeMonitor is a new web tool for monitoring, notification, and comparing web page changes made by your web marketer, client, programmer, or a competitor. CodeMonitor checks web pages daily for changes and gives you a side-by-side code comparison.
Who Uses CodeMonitor?
- SEO clients
- web marketers
- PPC account managers
- Business competitors
Who Does Not Use CodeMonitor?
- a dog
- a cat
- a mouse
- a rat
- a fly (who won’t die)
- and a little gnat
What CodeMonitor Does:
CodeMonitor takes a snapshot of the code for each page you specify. Each week, CodeMonitor then goes out and looks at each page again, comparing it to the snapshot previously taken. If the two versions are different, CodeMonitor then sends you an email to notify you that a change has been made to the page. You can then login to your CodeMonitor account to view a side-by-side code view of the two pages. Differences in the code are highlighted for you.
What CodeMonitor Doesn’t Do:
CodeMonitor does not monitor the HomeLand Security Color Codes, nor does it inform you Tax Code changes passed in your city, state, or DC. You cannot use CodeMonitor to remember your PIN Code, security alarm code or V-Chip code.
Why Should You Use Code Monitor:
- You should use CodeMonitor if you own a website that is regularly being changed by webmasters, SEOs, SEM, or your grandma.
- You should use CodeMonitor if you are an SEO or SEM and want to be notified when a client makes changes that could effect the optimization efforts.
- You should use CodeMonitor if you want to monitor changes made on a competitors website!
What About content that updates automatically?
No worries. CodeMonitor allows you to add exclusion comment tags within your code around any dynamically changing content. Any regularly changing content such as RSS, news fees, current date or ads, can simply be excluded from the monitoring and notifying process.
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