Google Alerts

Google Alerts is a content change detection and notification service, offered by the search engine company Google.
Posts about Google Alerts
  • Boost your productivity by using Google Analytics custom alerts

    … and forget but we’re getting close. Google Analytics custom alerts to the rescue For the purposes of this article, we’ll be focusing on Google Analytics since that’s the analytics solution most people use on a daily basis / have the most exposure to. Of course, the methods I describe in this post can apply to other solutions such as Adobe, Webtrends…

    State of Digitalin Google- 12 readers -
  • 15 Smarter ways to use Google Alerts

    … Estimated reading time: 6 minutes, 17 seconds Google Alerts is a great tool and one that most marketers and website owners will already be familiar with. Alerts are simple to use, but are more powerful and flexible than many people realise. With a little imagination Google Alerts can be used in a surprising number of ways that go beyond just…

    State of Digitalin Content Google- 12 readers -
  • Using Trending News To Create An Exciting Content Calendar

    … that will help you identify the most popular news stories by day, week, month and topic category. Google Alerts / Trends Google alerts and trends are two resources that can help you stay on top of the most prevalent searches and news stories on a particular topic. For example, Google Trends can give you a glimpse at what Google search users are looking…

    Relevancein Content- 18 readers -
  • 4 Valuable Content Curation Tools and How to Use Them

    … an increase in newsletters and blog posts on varying days throughout the month – enabling you to be constantly supplied with fresh content. 4. Google News and Alerts Set up Google Alerts for top industry keywords. I think this is the easiest way to have content delivered right to your inbox. Google Alerts will notify you via email when new blog posts, news…

    Arnie Kuenn/ Relevancein Social Content How To's- 29 readers -
  • SEO and PR Collaboration with BuzzSumo

    …://www.health.com/. Another example involves instances where you want to get a feel for what is hot on a more global scale. Again, just focused on one topic. Using the BBC news website as an example, the PR team won’t want to receive alerts for every time http://www.bbc.com/ publishes an article. They only want to see health and healthcare-related…

    SEER Interactivein SEO- 20 readers -
  • Reputation Management for Attorneys: Owning Your Online Presence

    … bet is to provide contact information with your posts and invite those with questions to reach out to you. Respond Professionally to Complaints Reputation management is an ongoing process, and requires constant diligence. You need to set up Google Alerts to notify you when new content about your practice shows up online. You need to actively…

    Chris Irby/ Dex Media- 27 readers -
  • 36 Tools and Tips for Social Media Marketers

    … is a replacement for Google Alerts. You can put in a search query and then choose the different types of results you’re after. For example, choose news, blogs, discussion, language, how often you want your notifications and whether you want to see only the best results or all of the results. You then put in your email address, and you’ll start to receive…

    Michael Stelzner/ Social Media Examinerin Twitter- 38 readers -
  • Web CEO SEO Software Platform Review

    … your webpages according to the listed on-site metrics. Landing Page Optimization lets you see your specified landing pages and the keywords they rank for, as well as how well they are optimized. In the Monitoring section you can enter the keywords you want to monitor (just like Google Alerts) and this shows when they are indexed on the web…

    Kristi Hines/ Kikolani Blog Marketingin SEO- 13 readers -
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  • 5 Easy Link Building Tactics for Small Business

    … do any searching you want to ensure you are casting a wide net. Compile a list of any and all terms associated with your company, for example: BrandCompany nameProductCEO Once you’ve organized a list of brand terms, you will need to use a tool to find mentions across the web. Google Alerts is a free option, but for more comprehensive mention…

    Jon Ball/ Search Engine Journalin SEO Content- 10 readers -
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