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Website Watcher Tool
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Watcher is an automated tool for tracking and monitoring changes to web pages. Watcher will monitor and detect changes to
page titles (title tag), page description (description meta-tag), first-level heading in a document (h1 tag), page content
and HTTP status codes of pages.
Add pages (one or several) to track changes. You can upload a list of pages from a file or import pages directly from a sitemap.
Schedule website checks. Set days (daily, every second day, every third day or weekly) and times for Watcher reports to trigger.
Add one or several email addresses to receive Robot notifications and keep a close eye on any changes that were done to your web pages.
Use special tags to prevent accident tracking of the dynamic content. Be aware of what happens to every single page of your site.
Some changes to website pages can turn into serious trouble. Let's consider a situation when a content manager decides to rewrite or
replace a text without first discussing it; this text gets published and finally indexed by search engines. A webmaster updated
a website CMS and now instead of an eye-catching title "Commercial Office Building Developing", you automatically get a title
"Homepage". And you've noticed it only when trying to figure out a reason for a dramatic drop in rankings after Google indexed
To avoid it set up automated website monitoring and receive email notifications about any changes to your web pages. Track changes and keep under control all essential factors of on-page optimization: titles, meta-descriptions, and content on your website.