Sneak Up on the Competition

By: Doug Smith

The ready availability of information over the internet has been limited recently due to unique web content that is now being offered for a price. Secured and password protected sites have increased in numbers and only option available to web users is to pay a certain amount in premium just for access.

When access to information became limited because of password-protected sites, information relevant to you will no longer be easily available. Tracking and monitoring for changes and updates will even be more difficult to do. The good news is there is a provider of web page monitoring service that could reliably monitor highly valuable content in web pages secured by HTTP authentication.

ChangeDetect is a uniquely designed 100% web-based application that allows you to automatically monitor changes on your bookmarked web pages. Because it is web-based, it can detect any changes in web content despite being secured by a password. All change notification will de delivered to you via email. The changes in the web content are highlighted and color-coded for your convenience.

Viewing sensitive content is also safe. ChangeDetect guarantees anonymous viewing of web pages containing sensitive content. This is because the identity of ChangeDetect appears in the traceable reference. Information pertaining to your identity, physical location or membership account is kept confidential. For added privacy, ChangeDetect offers its users with stealth option, proxy option and an SSL-encrypted login access.

Even the sharing of information depends on your decision and preferences. All access is configurable and revocable at any time.

With easy access to high value content and anonymous viewing, ChangeDetect has become one of the most favorite web page monitoring service providers today. Its users include sales professionals, business executives, intellectual property lawyers, information researchers and other people who benefit from current awareness tools.

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