What some of the press and customers say about InfoMinder

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Favorite tipples

InfoMinder saves me lot of time

I’d not realized how much work and time your service saves until I put it to work. Yes, I made a similar remark after two days. Now, after a week or two, I underscore it: THANK YOU. Your spiders do almost instantly what would take me an hour, and my on-desk information is updated in five minutes instead of an hour. You free me to spend more time “elsewhere” and more greatly indulge in my other internet hobbies, such as http://www.freepint.com and so forth.

– Edward W. Stollery II

I can track sites with Frames too…

InfoMinder saves time and delivers information when it is available. The fact that it highlights the changes is a timesaver too. The product is good because it can track site with frames. Other products cannot.

– Hans de Cocq

Never miss anything with InfoMinder

InfoMinder tracks my favorite webpages so i don’t have to! I also use InfoMinder to track changes to the www.clicktv.com website, wich is a TV schedule website like TV guide, and i set it to search for my favorite shows and stars so i never miss anything.

– Renè Dumouline

It’s fine product

I’ve used InfoMinder sparingly while I evaluated Intelliseek’s Bullseye product, but am switching over exclusively to a better [web page monitoring|http://www.infominder.com/] service…nice job…it’s a fine product.

– Robert Cavin

Other references on the Net

Somebody should tell the researchers (and the authors, for that matter) about InfoMinder

Somebody should tell the researchers (and the authors, for that matter) about InfoMinder and Archive.org. InfoMinder will monitor any URL for you and tell you when they “rot”, and Archive.org will show you the pages as they used to exist. This is a non-issue.

That is when you use InfoMinder

Has this happened to you? When you get to a Web site … it looks exactly the same as the last time you got there. There is no new information; nothing has been changed. Or worse, the Web site looks different. Something, somewhere has been updated, but you can’t for the life of you see what it is that has been changed.

Keeping your research up-to-date

The web is an important source of information for keeping up-to-date. There are a number of services which allow you to keep informed of new resources appearing on the internet.





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