What tools do you use to monitor your brand and links?


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Other than google alerts...

I'd like to know anytime "StarStreet" "sports stock market" "starstreetsports.com" are mentioned. Anything out there I should be using in addition to google alerts?

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asked Feb 25 '10 at 16:38
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Jer Levine
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  • + 1 Google Alerts (since you said 'other than' ;-). It's a very powerful tool. – Keith De Long 7 years ago
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Everyone personal or business should be using search.twitter.com. Think about periphery keywords (curiosity keywords), locations, emotions, etc (see advanced options) that may not directly create "marks" for you to engage with but more pull you into conversations that build your knowledge of landscape and the people moving with in it.

Of course there are plenty more which I look forward to seeing on this page.

answered Feb 25 '10 at 17:08
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Cameron Mc Grane
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  • +1 for search.twitter.com - You can grab an RSS feed for the search results of different terms, so you don't have to actually perform the searches daily. If you find that in several searches, results are repeated (same tweets showing up), you can aggregate all the feeds into one using http://pipes.yahoo.com/ and filter for uniqueness. – Jay Neely 7 years ago
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I use www.samepoint.com and like it.

According to them: "What we look at"

As social media has taken on many different forms, we've expanded our crawlers to encompass every conceivable type of social media service. Our categorization breaks out results by type of social media, scouring the following:

* micro-blogging platforms like Twitter Identica

* video platforms such as YouTube and DailyMotion
* social bookmarking communities such as Digg and Delicious
* blogs and associated comments
* wikis
* social networks like Facebook, MySpace and Hi-5
* B2B Networks such as LinkedIn and Plaxo
* Groups like Yahoo Groups and Google Groups
* Q&A sites, such as Yahoo Answers and Yedda
* Life Casting sites, such as DaveTV
* Review sites, such as Yelp and CitySearch
* Podcasts
* Documents
* Images
* News
* Event
* Web Sites
answered Feb 26 '10 at 05:37
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Chris
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Just discovered Trackur, it's for free and gives you some basic features.

Cheers

answered Feb 26 '10 at 06:16
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Tom
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Here is a list of few solutions you should check out

answered Feb 26 '10 at 07:56
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Rahul
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