8 Free Tools To Monitor Any Website Content Changes

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  1. Brian says:

    Or, use RSS.

  2. Adrian says:

    Only those that have Netscape installed are still using RSS.

  3. Bart says:

    Feedly is awesome for RSS. RSS is the most efficient way to process information.

  4. Brian says:

    I a software development consultant, blogger, and web admin. I use the heck out of some RSS. RSS + IFTTT DOES everything these ‘tools’ say they can do.

  5. Adrian says:

    [answering to Brian] Said the engineer who probably is nostalgic to DOS

  6. Michelle says:

    The RSS is dead, get over it: http://andrewchen.co/the-death-of-rss-in-a-single-graph/

  7. A. Chen says:

    Visualping’s Chrome extension makes a one-click action (1 second) to monitor a page possible. RSS + IFTTT takes about 5 mins (and an engineering diploma) to use it. Granted, it is free… but nowadays people are willing to pay for convenience and simplicity. This is why Apple is the most valuable tech company out there and more than x2 the market cap of the inventors of DOS.

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