monitor websites for changes

Discussion in 'HTML' started by support, Jul 29, 2003.

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    support Guest

    Do you need to monitor websites for changes?

    iSpySiteWatch (http://www.ispysitewatch.com) is an Automated WebSite
    Monitoring system that can track changes on most websites.

    We've tested it to work with the major online Auction sites (for tracking
    online bids), like eBay.com,
    uBid.com, OnSale.com, lastminute.com auctions, Yahoo! Auctions, qxl.com,
    gutterbids.com - and it
    may work with many more!

    You setup the page you want the system to watch and the item on the page.
    As soon as we detect a change we'll send you an automated email describing
    the changes. How easy can it be!

    You can also monitor website page changes for anything else you can imagine:
    stock quotes, store prices, weather temperatures etc etc...

    Try it out at http://www.ispysitewatch.com
     
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