Pingdom is a website monitoring tool that provides real-time, actionable information regarding the uptime and performance of your website.
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Triggers when a new alert occurs in Pingdom.
Triggers when a new check is added.
Triggers when a new contact is added.
Triggers when a new customers is created or sent.
Triggers when a new Orders is created or sent
Triggers when a new Products is created or sent
Creates a Customers draft
Creates a custom Order for an existing
Creates a Product draft
Pingdom is a web performance monitoring service that alerts you when your website or applications go offline. They provide worldwide monitoring, which means their servers are distributed on every continent. The Pingdom service monitors websites and web applications for availability and performance 24/7. When a ping fails they notify you immediately by email, SMS, voice call, and push notification.
Pingdom was founded in 2006 and is located in Stockhpm, Sweden. Their headquarters was located in a former furniture store in the Old Town of Stockhpm. In the summer of 2010 the company moved to a new office building at Liljehpmsbron, just across from Kungsträdgården. Pingdom is a Swedish company with headquarters in Sweden and Singapore, but their team is mostly located in Stockhpm. Pingdom has been awarded “The Best Swedish Startup of the Year” at Slush and also “Best Web Application of the Year” at the European Web Application Awards.
MailChimp Ecommerce provides a way to sell products and services online through a customizable and easy-to-use ecommerce storefront. You can add your own custom domain or keep it free with their automatically generated subdomain, such as shop.mystore.com (shop = your store name. With MailChimp Ecommerce you can send out marketing emails and newsletters to your customers with ease. The MailChimp Ecommerce platform allows you to create and manage customized product pages, edit images and descriptions, and publish blog posts. You can also add shipping costs, taxes and exchange rates and integrate third-party payment gateways like Stripe and PayPal. MailChimp Ecommerce uses a secure payment gateway. your customer’s credit card details are sent over an encrypted connection so they never pass through the MailChimp servers or reach you in unencrypted form. You can use MailChimp Ecommerce to sell physical products such as toys and clothing, digital products such as ebooks, or membership subscriptions. MailChimp Ecommerce is free for up to 12,000 subscribers per month at no charge, but after that it costs $25 per month or $200 per year.
MailChimp Ecommerce began as an offshoot project from the popular email marketing site MailChimp. It was launched in September 2013 as an alternative to WooCommerce, PrestaShop, Magento, Shopify and other ecommerce platforms that require technical expertise or prior experience to set up and customize. The MailChimp team added the ability to cplect customer information, including billing addresses, payment information, order history etc., which is then organized into a profile that can be accessed by other MailChimp features for use in sending out marketing emails or newsletters to customers based on their interests. The MailChimp team launched the beta version of MailChimp Ecommerce in July 2013 at WordCamp San Francisco 2013 where it won the “People’s Choice Award” for best WordPress plugin of the year. Two months later it was officially released onto WordPress.org for general release.
Integrating Pingdom with MailChimp Ecommerce allows you to easily monitor your website uptime with one-click access to Pingdom reports right from the dashboard of your store. If your website goes down due to high traffic or technical issues, you will be notified within minutes so you can fix the problem before losing any money or customers. This integration is perfect for ecommerce stores that need to ensure their website stays up 100% of the time so their customers will keep coming back to buy again.
Benefits of Integration of Pingdom and MailChimp Ecommerce:
Once you have signed up for both Pingdom and MailChimp Ecommerce (and activated each one), you will be able to connect them together by visiting this link. http://apps.mailchimp.com/ecommerce/integration/pingdom/. Once there, click “Sign Up” next to your store name on the left side of the page. Then fill out the form with your account information from MailChimp Ecommerce - enter your username, password, API key, and select whether you want to use SSL encryption or not, as well as whether you want to count unsubscribed users as real subscribers or not. After filling out those fields click on “Save Changes” at the bottom of the page. Congratulations! You have successfully connected Pingdom with MailChimp Ecommerce! From now on whenever a ping fails on your site a notice will be sent directly to your inbox via a message from Pingdom saying that your website went offline due to a failed ping test from their server. You will then be able to see this message from within your dashboard on MailChimp Ecommerce under Support -> Alerts & Notifications -> Pingdom Failed Pings. If you click on this message you will see details about what failed and who failed it – it will tell you the specific URL where the ping failed, where it came from (the IP address of Pingdom), if it was a new visitor or a repeat visitor who failed it (based on settings configured on Pingdom), how many times it failed, which browser they were using when they failed it (such as Chrome), which operating system they were using (such as Mac OS X), what country they were from (based on their IP address), how long they stayed on that page before failing it (based on settings configured on Pingdom), as well as an image of their screen which shows exactly where they were when they failed it (if applicable. All these metrics allow you to quickly pinpoint where any problems come from so you can take action and fix them without losing too much time or money in repairs or lost sales due to downtime issues!
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