So, you want to learn how to track website changes and monitor for content updates? Think of all of the websites you visit on a weekly — or even daily — basis. Chances are you routinely visit tens or even hundreds of websites each week looking for content updates that are important to you. Sometimes you find them, sometimes there may be so many changes that the updates that matter most to you get lost in the noise.
Website change monitoring and tracking can alert you the moment new content is published that may be important to you. It can also provide a snapshot of a website at a given point in time, and let you compare content changes and see text, code and images that were added or removed.
These are just a few examples of how a tool that lets you track website changes can help save you time, aggravation, and money and keep you constantly in the know about everything that’s important in your life.
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Many times you may want just yourself to receive email alerts when new changes are found meeting your criteria. In some scenarios, though, a change may be critical for the whole team to know about immediately. Create users and user groups to receive notifications. Consider a group for your marketing team, IT team, product launch team — anyone who would benefit from being the first to know about updates and content changes.
Do you simply want to track changes to a given website, see what content or code was updated or removed, and receive alerts when changes are detected? Or do you want to specify alert criteria, and get notified only when new specific keywords or phrases are found?
Decide what web page(s) you want to keep an eye on, and what content, sensitivity, keywords and phrases you want to monitor and track.