Monitive (An Uptime Monitoring Service) Giveaway

Monitive (An Uptime Monitoring Service) Giveaway 1

Monitive is running a contest, where yearly premium accounts for 5 winners  are givingaway. Well, you guys know what is Monitive? Let’s say it once again for n00bs.

Monitive is a site uptime monitoring service, that periodically checks your sites from all around the world and instantly notifies you when they go down via SMS text right on your phone, email or Twitter DM.  It also monitors performance by measuring server connect, transmit and response times, executes automatic diagnosis, sends weekly reports, displays charts and more.


Key features:
 – reliable uptime monitoring service
 – worldwide coverage
 – 1 minute monitoring
 – Email, SMS, Twitter, HTTP POST and PagerDuty instant notifications
 – performance monitoring
 – malware detection
 – domain name & SSL certificate expiration monitoring
 – automated outage diagnosis
 – multiple account users with custom access
 – weekly reports

This contest will run from February 1, 2013 to February 9, 2013 and we will select the winners randomly by running MySQL query. Result can be announced any day before February 28, 2013 so keep visiting here or subscribe to our rss feed to get the latest updates. To participate in the contest and win Monitive’s premium account, All you have to do is:

Just tweet this:

Win your @monitive yearly premium account from @smashingapps

1. Once you have tweeted, come back to this post and comment with a link to your tweet and tell us, what do you love the most about Monitive uptime monitoring service? Be creative, fun and most importantly unique!

2. Use valid email ID in the email box.

3. Make sure that you are following @monitive and @SmashingApps on twitter and subscribe our rss feed to track this contest and for future updates.

4. And that’s it!

So, what are you waiting for now? Let’s participate in the contest and good luck! participates in various affiliate marketing programs and especially Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, which means we may get paid commissions on editorially chosen products purchased through our links to any of the linked sites from us.
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