Hubtricks: Uptime monitoring with The Hub by GoDaddy Pro 

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Once you’ve finished a build and handed the site over to clients, uptime monitoring is one of those things that can go undiscussed. However, it’s a conversation the ethical web pro should have — and can easily become a source of recurring revenue.

When you add sites to The Hub by GoDaddy Pro, monitoring them is a breeze. You’ll get alerts if a website goes down, one when it comes back online, and you can also view statistics to send clients about their uptime.

Uptime Monitoring The Hub Website Down
Here’s the alert you get when a site goes down.
Uptime Monitoring The Hub Website Up
And here’s the alert you get when the site is back online.

Uptime monitoring with The Hub

To start uptime monitoring with The Hub, you first need to add a website and purchase a site maintenance pack. From there, it’s just a few easy clicks.

To start uptime monitoring

Use an available site maintenance pack to start uptime monitoring.

  1. Log in to The Hub.
  2. Go to the left-hand column, and then click Sites.
  3. Click the website you want to monitor.
  4. From the Performance menu, select Uptime Monitor.
  5. Click Activate Uptime Monitor. The Activate Uptime Monitor modal displays.
  6. Click Upgrade site to use a site maintenance pack.

To view uptime monitoring

Once you’ve activated uptime monitoring, quickly view and share statistics.

  1. Log in to The Hub.
  2. Go to the left-hand column, and then click Sites.
  3. Click the website you want to monitor.
  4. From the Performance menu, select Uptime Monitor.

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