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Paid Monitor and on the Same Dashboard: A Powerful Solution

Our free and premium Paid Monitor website monitoring services can be complimentary. Users ask us how to get views from both services on a single dashboard.

One possible answer is by using personal Google. You can install our mongets (monitoring widgets) on your personal Google desktop and login to your Paid Monitor and accounts accordingly. After initiations you will receive a link of five monitoring locations at once (shown below):

You can find more details in our blog Build Your Performance Management Desktop with Mongets.

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Hovhannes Avoyan

About Hovhannes Avoyan

Paid Monitor CEO – Hovhannes is an international entrepreneur with a recognized and respected reputation in the high tech industry. His technical expertise, combined with his drive to build the best business/product, has positioned him as a visionary international extension of Silicon Valley.

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