Dotcom-Monitor Launches Website Monitoring of EURO 2012 Coverage Sites

On the 8th of June the first game of the 2012 UEFA European Football Championship will start a series of exciting duels between European's top 16 national soccer teams. Many popular media websites will be covering the EURO 2012 events. In turn, Dotcom-Monitor will be conducting website monitoring to analyze online performance and uptime of those sites covering the games. We will keep you updated and informed about the results.

On the 8th of June the first game of the 2012 UEFA European Football Championship will start a series of exciting duels between European’s top 16 national soccer teams. Many popular media websites will be covering the EURO 2012 events. In turn,  Dotcom-Monitor will be conducting website monitoring to analyze online performance and uptime of those sites covering the games. We will keep you updated and informed about the results.

Website Monitoring - UEFA EURO 2012
Website Monitoring – UEFA EURO 2012 Coverage

Dotcom-Monitor is monitoring the action as part of a new weekly website monitoring initiative. While you’re watching the soccer / football games, we’ll be tracking the online performance and uptime of the most popular websites covering EURO 2012 events.

Dotcom-Monitor is analyzing these popular media resources that deliver EURO 2012 news, including:

  • https://www.uefa.com
  • https://www.guardian.co.uk
  • https://www1.skysports.com
  • https://www.bbc.co.uk
  • https://euro-2012news.com/
  • https://bleacherreport.com/
  • https://www.goal.com/
  • https://uk.eurosport.yahoo.com/football/euro/
  • https://ukraine2012 .gov.ua
  • https://www.thesun.co.uk/
  • https://euro2012.football.co.uk/
  • https://www.sportinglife.com

The final game of EURO 2012 will take place on July, 1. During the next 24 days you’ll see regularly published reports showing the performance and uptime statistics of these EURO 2012 websites. You’ll also see how their performance changes based on how public attention affects websites’ performance and how popular media sites withstand (or can’t stand) the influx of site visitors.

If you’d like to run a free instant website monitoring test for yourself, check out our free tool here.

Bookmark this blog and follow @Dotcom_Monitor on Twitter to stay informed about what online websites are providing the best uptime and performance to ensure you and your friends have the best experience of the EURO 2012 games!

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