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4 more content monitoring hacks in Semonto

In our previous blog post, we showed you how Semonto can watch for certain phrases on web pages. In part 2, we give you even more time-saving hacks using this content monitoring feature.

Jelle Kalkman - 24 March 2022

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4 Content Monitoring Hacks to Save Time

Semonto has a feature called content monitoring, which enables you to watch for certain phrases on web pages. In this article, we explain how you can use that to your advantage.

Jelle Kalkman - 24 February 2022

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5 Reasons Web Developers Use Semonto to Find Broken Links

Semonto started out as an uptime monitoring tool. But, at the request of the web developers in our community, we recently added broken link monitoring to our features. Find out why this matters to web developers and why Semonto is better than other broken link checkers out there.

Jelle De Laender - 14 October 2021

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3 Monitoring Hacks for Website developers

We asked Ivo, a web developer who frequently uses Semonto, to explain how he monitors the websites he builds for his clients and whether he can share some helpful monitoring hacks for other website developers like himself.

Jelle De Laender - 19 May 2021

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Monitoring MijnLijn API and servers

Semonto is great for monitoring websites and webshops' availability and reachability and for locating mixed content and broken links. But Semonto can also be used to deeply monitor custom web applications like MijnLijn.

Jelle De Laender - 7 April 2021

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