Ever Want to Monitor a Web-Page for Changes?

101106 Diphur Logo Usually, bookmarks are static links. Diphur alerts you when content changes occur on the sites you choose.  For example, with Diphur you can?

  • Get real-time notification of specials, price-drops, or giveaways.
  • Receive an e-mail when a new file or update is available on a site you track.
  • Monitor breaking news or competitive information. 

Here is an example of a message it sent alerting me when a web conference (I was waiting for) went live.

101105 Diphur Example

Similarly, here is a sample link showing how Diphur ChangeUps work; click here to see content changes occurring at Yahoo News right now.

Diphur gives you a lot of control about how you specify what you want and when you want it. You can:

  • Set Diphur to monitor the website – hourly, daily, weekly, or monthly.
  • Filter changes by size.  Do you want all changes (or just about the big ones)?
  • Use Keywords to further filter changes that do not have certain words in them.

There is even a browser bookmarklet that lets you add a bookmark to the page you are viewing without visiting Diphur.

Try it here.

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  1. For iPhone users there is an alternative, http://www.dasping.com

    It is a web page monitor that notifies you where ever you are. The differences are analyzed so you can see what links have been added, deleted, or content which has been added or deleted.

  2. It is important to monitor site 24/7. The best website monitoring services will notify you by email as soon as your site goes down, so that you can fix the problem as quickly as possible.

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