Another Way To Monitor Web Pages

Here’s a new service for those of you wanting to track websites that don’t have RSS feeds, or email subscription, or just updates a lot. Called Trackle, it will:

  • Track (“trackle”) Web pages for content changes, up to 24 times a day;
  • Excerpt, combine and email you changes in easy-to-read plain text format while preserving links.

(Thanks Tara Calishain of ResearchBuzz, which says Trackle is a paid service; it’s $1.95 a month or $19.95 a year. A two-week free trial is available.)

05. March 2004 by jeremy
Categories: Internet life | Tags: , , , | 1 comment

One Comment

  1. Might also try a free desktop solution, http://www.urlywarning.com.

    URLyWarning is no longer supported, but does a find job of monitoring web pages every minute.