Reputation Marketing Monitoring Tools

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We offer Comprehensive, Automated Reputation Marketing Monitoring. Free resources are listed below.

Monitor what is being said about you or your company and protect yourself.

Search engine reputation is the the feeling a web surfer takes away when querying a search engine for a name, product, or service, regardless of whether the surfer clicks on any results.

Free Reputation Marketing Monitoring
While paying for monitoring can be very effective, individuals can use free tools to monitor their reputation online. Below is a number of free, quick, easy and effective approaches to monitor results for your name.

Google Alerts for Reputation Marketing – You can configure Google Alerts by different areas: News; Blogs; Web search results; Google Groups.

RSS  for Reputation Marketing – Create a folder in your RSS reader for reputation monitoring feeds. Create custom RSS feeds based on keywords:,,, Google News,, MSN Spaces, MSN News Yahoo! News, MSN News. Filter the feeds into one RSS Reader for easy monitoring options using Newsgator, Google Reader or Bloglines.

Create your own Reputation Marketing Search Engine – can track sites that do not offer RSS feeds for keywords such as Consumerist,, Better Business Bureau, RipOffReport, PlanetFeedback and ComplaintCenter.

Monitor This – Monitor This allows you to monitor keywords across dozens of search engine feeds at the same time.

Reputation Marketing Key Words and Phrases – Not sure what keywords to track? Use Google Keywords Tool for ideas.

Technorati – One of the great search systems for bloggers is Technorati, which has a Watchlist feature. *Temporarily unavailable.

Reputation Marketing URL MonitoringWatchThatPage, UpdatePatrol, and WebSite-Watcher monitor URLs.

Whois – Research the background of bloggers and web site owners using domain name search tools such as

TinEye TinEye is a reverse image search engine. You can submit an image to TinEye to find out where it came from, how it is being used,or if modified versions of the image exist. TinEye is the first image search engine on the web to use image identification technology rather than keywords, metadata.

Yahoo Alerts – Similar to Google Alerts, Yahoo Alerts sends you an alert whenever your keyword pops up in a search.  It gives you’re the option of receiving alerts by Yahoo Messenger or even via SMS. By creating an account with Rapleaf you can discover information about yourself that is available on the internet and manage your internet footprint.

Social Mention – Social Mention is a free tracking tool that allows you to easily track what people are saying about you across the web and social media landscape in real-time. It monitors 80+ social media properties including Twitter, Facebook, FriendFeed, YouTube, Digg, Google and sends you a daily update.

Yacktrack Chatter YackTrack Chatter is a keyword search for social media sites. This allows you to see “chatter” on various sites that talk about your keyword.

Filtrbox – Filtrbox allows you to see what others are saying about you on Twitter, social networks, blogs and online news outlets.

Forums and message boards can host conversations about your company. Sites such as will keep an eye on popular forums and alert you by RSS if you are mentioned in a thread.

Yahoo’s Upcoming provides RSS alerts on new events that match your selected keyword. You can keep track of conferences that you might want to attend, or sponsor. In addition, you could keep track of seminars or meetings being held by your competitors.
. – A search engine for Twitter. See who is tweeting your links and more. Sign up for email alerts of new findings. – Different than the others, you type in a keyword, topic or phrase and it searches the top blogs, news sites, Google, Technorati, Ask, YouTube, Flickr, Digg, Topix and others. Personalized results page to bookmark with everything related to your topic. – A better way to organize and sort Google alerts. Get a daily report emailed to you in a spreadsheet format of what it finds. – Another Twitter search engine. – Type in your url and find out what’s being said about you. The results returned are gathered from Google Blog Search, Twitter, FriendFeed, YouTube, MySpace, Digg, Delicious and many more. – This service tracks your brands, companies, even the competition. Sign up for free weekly updates on any brand. Their detailed reports break down what sites like you, your most talked about features, weekly summary of all blogs and forum activity. – Just like Google Alerts but for social media. Enter your phrase to be notified of new findings. Searches blogs, microblogs like Twitter, bookmarks, comments, events, images, news, videos and more. – A search engine that searches just for data posted to blogs. Enter your keyword, hit submit and off it goes to gather results. – They index millions of conversations from social networks, blogs and other social media.

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