Looking for an alternative to URL Monitor? People switch from URL Monitor to IndexPlease because IndexPlease supports more search engines, is easier to set up and is cheaper. Keep reading if you want to know why we think you should make the switch too.
URL Monitor only supports Google, while IndexPlease supports Google, Bing, Naver, Seznam and Yandex. This means that you can use IndexPlease to get your website indexed on more search engines simultaneously.
URL Monitor requires you to add a service account to your Google Search Console account for every 200 pages you want to index per day. In comparison, IndexPlease only requires you to add a single service account to your Google Search Console account. This makes IndexPlease much easier to set up.
At the time of writing, URL Monitor’s cheapest plan is $10 per month for 400 pages per day, for up to 5 sites. In comparison, IndexPlease’s cheapest plan is $7 per month for 400 pages per day, for up to 5 sites. This makes IndexPlease cheaper $3 cheaper than URL Monitor, while allowing you to index the same number of pages, with an easier set up. It’s a no-brainer.
The benefit of using IndexPlease over URL Monitor gets even larger the more pages you want to index per day. For example, if you want to index 800 pages per day, then URL Monitor will cost you $25 per month, while IndexPlease will cost you $17 per month. That’s $8 per month cheaper, and you get 1000 pages instead of 800 pages, with the same number of sites.
Finally, their most expensive plan is $50 per month for up to 1,200 pages per day, for up to 30 sites. In comparison, with IndexPlease you can index up to 2,000 pages per day, for up to 30 sites, for $33 per month, which is $17 per month cheaper.
If you want to get your website indexed on more search engines simultaneously, and you want to save time and money, then you should switch from URL Monitor to IndexPlease.