Got Great Uptime? Tell The World!

Don’t be shy – your customers really want to know just how reliable your service is. So go ahead and brag about it with our Public Uptime Reports.

Uptime badges

When enabled, you can place one of our funky uptime badges on your site showing uptime from the previous 24 hour, 7, or 30 day period. You can also link through to a detailed uptime report where visitors can examine your uptime history on a yearly, monthly, or daily basis.

Take a look at this example – and click to see the full report:

Uptime verified by Wormly.com

It’s a great way to show your customers that uptime is important to you – Could this transparency be your edge over the competition?

Filed under: Improving Uptime,Meta,Servers,Web 2.0 — Jules @ 3:10 pm - August 1, 2007 :: Comments Off

Build Your Own Wormly Uptime Monitoring Service?

Rip-offs have never gone out of fashion – and it seems that web services are no exception. Possibly of interest to budding software engineers – examine this brief from one of our fans: Rent A Coder – Clone of Wormly

I need a site to be programmed exactly similar or even better than wormly [dot] com. It is a website monitoring and uptime site. Please register for a free account and understand what it does exactly and then bid.

And I want it to be done in PHP and linux. And moreover it is going to be hosted on a shared hosting.

We do of course wish them the best of luck – one can only be flattered by imitation, after all.

Filed under: Improving Uptime,Meta,Web Services — Jules @ 8:31 am - July 3, 2007 :: Read comments »

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A blog hosted by James Peterson, director of insights @ Wormly

On a semi-regular basis James will be trying to demonstrate that website infrastructure really is an exciting topic, and that your users really do care about the uptime & speed of your website.