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Aug 05, 2005 9:22 amGoogle News Alerts and similar#

George Hopkin
Anyone know of/use any content monitoring systems such as Google News Alerts?

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Aug 05, 2005 5:18 pmre: Google News Alerts and similar#

Garland Coulson

Hi George,

I have been using Google Alerts to monitor mention of my name.  This helps me see when new web sites pick up my articles and when other web sites mention me.

I haven't used it, but Change Detection e-mails you when a web site you choose to monitor is changed.

What were you thinking of using tools like this for?

Garland Coulson, "The E-Business Tutor"
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Aug 06, 2005 7:33 amre: re: Google News Alerts and similar#

George Hopkin
Two reasons really - one, because I'm always on the look out for top-notch research tools, and Google Alerts is one of the best; and also because I need to demonstrate to clients making use of ClickPress (http://www.clickpress.com) that their material is available to web-savvy journalists.

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Aug 13, 2005 4:51 pmre: Google News Alerts and similar#

Steve Yamaguma
I've been using Google Alerts for quite some time and it's great, although i've had to set up separate email accounts just to manage them. Looking at possibly other tools such as WebWatcher that sends to a web page instead. I'm also interested in any other tools available.

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Aug 23, 2005 5:29 pmre: re: Google News Alerts and similar#

Chris Young
Google News Alerts in combination with a gmail account can be a great combination.
You can filter your alerts to go to specific gmail accounts. These email accounts can then be turned into an RSS feed which can then provide your web site with an RSS feed.
My blog uses alerts which then feed www.savingcents.info to provide automatic information updates.

Cheers,
Chris

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