WebWatchBot 8.0 for Windows

by ExclamationSoft Inc.

Avg. Rating 4.5 (12 votes)

File Details

File Size 41.9 MB
License Shareware, $199.95
Operating System Windows 7/8/Server 2008/Server 2012
Date Added
Total Downloads 1,822
Publisher ExclamationSoft Inc.
Homepage WebWatchBot

Publisher's Description

WebWatchBot monitors your Web site to make sure it does not go down. It can ping the site, download a page from the site and verify a word, or customize conditions of errors to be reported. You can setup up multiple URLs to monitor and customize their frequency. Produce reports in HTML, XML, or a comma separated list. You can also choose to be notified via e-mail, screen display, or at scheduled intervals.

Latest Reviews

Junebug

Junebug reviewed v3.0 Beta 2 on Dec 16, 2004

Great program. Not sure I agree with other reviewer on the price. It seems like it's a great deal compared to other products - especially the ones that charge a monthly fee. The functionality is very deep, yet easy to set up complex monitoring tasks. Especially like the ability to do transaction monitoring.

DigitalSin

DigitalSin reviewed v3.0 Beta 2 on Dec 16, 2004

Very nice software and did what it said. I like the interface and the fact it can run as a service. My biggest complaint has to be the pricing. At $200 a pop, it's over priced in my opinion. I would suggest they create a scaled down version for small businesses or personal use.

Avg. Rating 4.5 (12 votes)
Your Rating
Junebug

Junebug reviewed v3.0 Beta 2 on Dec 16, 2004

Great program. Not sure I agree with other reviewer on the price. It seems like it's a great deal compared to other products - especially the ones that charge a monthly fee. The functionality is very deep, yet easy to set up complex monitoring tasks. Especially like the ability to do transaction monitoring.

DigitalSin

DigitalSin reviewed v3.0 Beta 2 on Dec 16, 2004

Very nice software and did what it said. I like the interface and the fact it can run as a service. My biggest complaint has to be the pricing. At $200 a pop, it's over priced in my opinion. I would suggest they create a scaled down version for small businesses or personal use.

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