Does anyone know of an online topic monitoring service, free or paid, that finds and aggregates content from the web on the topics you want?
I'm interested in one that mines news, websites, blogs, multimedia sites, and social media, to find mentions of the topics I want to watch.
You could set up a Google alert for whatever topic you are interested in.
Thanks, UW! Currently, I'm giving Tattler a try. It isn't looking good though, so I'll probably just go back to Google Alerts.
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