Seeing Is Believing with Filmstrip for Page Speed Reports

Sometimes seeing really is believing, and our Page Speed reports are no exception. Earlier this month we release our new Filmstrip feature, which gives you a visual timeline of how your page loads with every test you run. If you’re wondering how to make the most out of our new feature, we’ll show you how […]

We welcome Latin America to our list of test locations

We’re excited to tell you that this week we’ve added 7 locations in Latin America to our ever-growing list of probe servers from which you can test your website’s availability and performance! Latin America is the world’s fastest growing online market. For us at Pingdom, the addition of these probe servers was a logical step […]

Android App Update: Custom Alert Sounds Now Available

The new version of the Pingdom Android app makes notifications even better. One of the features we’ve been wanting to add for some time now is the custom sound for alerting. Why? Well, notifications shouldn’t be overlooked because they sound the same as every other notification you get during the day. That’s why we are happy to say […]

Introducing Threshold Alerting for Uptime Checks!

Everybody knows that slow is the new down when it comes to websites. If your site takes too long to load, it might as well be completely unavailable! With our Page Speed Monitoring tool, you can see what parts of your website load quickly and what parts take up too much time. By identifying these […]

Pingdom Announces New Server Monitoring Capability

Pingdom is part of the SolarWinds family, and as such we are very excited to announce that SolarWinds has completed the acquisition of Scout’s SaaS-based server monitoring technology. The new service is now available under the Pingdom flag, marketed and sold as SolarWinds Pingdom Server Monitor. This addition provides enhanced capabilities for our customers monitoring […]

Report: Social network demographics in 2017

A while back we delivered a report on social media demographics as they stood in 2012. Now, 5 years on, things are looking different: some have been all but consigned to the Internet mausoleum that is Archive.org (may they rest in peace) whilst others have shot into the limelight. Of course, the main players like Facebook, […]

5 Things We Took Home from From Business to Buttons 2017

We had the pleasure of attending this year’s From Business to Buttons conference in Stockholm and, as always, the speakers were second to none. From AirBnb’s Katie Dill talking about how good User Experience starts well before a user actually starts engaging with a product, to Mike Monteiro being, well, himself and telling it like […]