Instant Alerts over Email

Instant Alerts. As they happen. When they happen. 

Sudden drops in SEO rankings or the disappearance of an essential backlink happen suddenly – often when you least expect it. It’s important that you get instant notification of these changes so that you can react to them before a client notices. WebCEO’s Email Alert service is an important method of instant, real-time website monitoring. 

 

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This is how the Email Alerts feature works:

1. Schedule automatic scanning.

Set WebCEO to automatically scan the websites you want to monitor. Select the tasks you want to get an email alert about if anything negative (or positive) happens. The tools available in the Email Alerts feature are:

  • Rank Tracking (alarm: significant changes in your rankings);
  • Technical Audit (alarm: technical issues);
  • Chosen Link Watch (alarm: changes in important backlinks).

You can instruct WebCEO to perform scheduled scans of your websites with a frequency ranging from once a day to once a quarter (it depends on your subscription plan).

2. Email Alert Configuration

WebCEO can be configured to instantly notify you of negative ranking changes, broken links and other technical problems, or of the disappearance of essential backlinks. You can specify the email alert recipient’s name, ‘From’ and ‘To’ email addresses.

After the SEO scanning is complete, email alerts will be sent if a problem is discovered. In addition, you can:

  • Create group project or single project alerts
  • Track both positive and negative changes, which is important if you are keeping track of your competitors’ rankings
  • See what information is sent in your Alert History
  • Have alerts sent from your own email server
  • Brand email alerts with custom logos 

It’s a simple solution. But it’s also an effective one. 
Be alerted. Be proactive. 

No credit card required.
Free 14 Day Trial

No obligation demo in English for
Agencies and Corporate Teams