Maintaining websites is difficult.

  • Out-of-date information doesn't show you're open for business.

             

    Copyright © 2015 - Your Business Ltd

  • Broken email addresses stop customers getting in touch.

    Get In Touch

    incorrect-email@your-business.com

         
  • Links to nowhere lead customers to other businesses.

    Your Business

    404: Page Not Found

  • Outdated opening hours risk customers arriving when you are closed.

    Your Business Opening Hours 2015:

    Monday - Friday: 9:00 - 17:30
    Saturday: 8:00 - 17:30
    Sunday: Closed

         

Facebook, Twitter, blogs, domain renewals and seasonal promotions: there's a lot to look after when your business has an online presence. If you're not careful, your website might slip into obsolescence, leaving customers confused when they visit. WebWatcher is here to help. We will monitor your website to make sure it stays fresh and relevant, allowing you to focus on your product.

What We Monitor:

We check the date of your latest blog item, opening hours information, site copyright and other key business resources (e.g. an online menu for a restaurant) to ensure they are relevant.
We check the email addresses on your website are able to receive mail.
We check the renewal dates for your website domain name.
We check your social media pages on Facebook and Twitter to ensure posts are made at an optimal interval
We provide seasonal offer reminders to ensure you're not losing out to competitors during popular offer periods.
We notify you via email, meaning no additional login credentials to remember that might otherwise result in missed notifications.

Sign up on using the form on the right to trial WebWatcher. No card details required. After the trial report on-going monitoring is available at an introductory cost of only £4.99/month.

Trial WebWatcher

Get started by filling in your email address and website below. We will then be in touch with you shortly afterwards to confirm your details and provide a free review of your web presence.