Overall Satisfaction with ContentKing
We are currently using ContentKing for real-time monitoring of our sites (medium size sites). It comes very handy when you don't want to spend time crawling your sites every week to detect any issues. With that tool, you will be aware of any changes your dev team made, as well as your content teams. If your dev team added a no-index tag by mistake, you will instantly be notified. It also notifies us from server issues that we usually can't track with regular crawling tools.
- Real-time monitoring, instant notifications
- No installation needed
- Slack integration
- Keeping track of all the alerts
- Definition of some alerts could be improved
- Will help avoid huge issues like wrong implementations of no-index tags
- Gain time on crawling websites individually
They respond very quickly and have deep technical knowledge so they will always find a solution to your problem. They are based in Europe but are planning to open offices soon in the USA that will help with time-difference issues. If you are based in Europe, you will get an answer in 15 minutes.
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ContentKing is well suited if your are managing different blogs or ecommerce stores and you need to keep an eye on any changes made. Good pricing structure based on the number of pages you have. You will be sure that you’re monitoring your sites effectively and staying on top of problems before they occur.