29 Dec '13, 1am

How to Build a Reputation Monitoring Dashboard » aimClear Search Marketing Blog #reputation

Skim the dashboard at pre-defined intervals. Don’t click on every link. Hover over to get text abstract, follow if relevant, use your brain and check it out! Ignore spam as much as possible. Set up mission critical keywords as email alerts for archiving and fast notification. Subscribe to any keyword twice, once by feed and once by Google Email Alert. Not every channel provides email alerts. Third party tools make it possible in some channels like TweetBeep does for Twitter. Each search channel has a somewhat unique method to generate feed subscription links for keywords, including 3rd party tools to create RSS feeds for keyword level searches. Just figure out how to add new channels. Remember, iGoogle is just one feed reader. Use the reader of your choice if you already have a comfort level. iGoogle can be customized graphically with Artist Themes and Developers Tools . I...

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