Can anyone tell the actual usage of google alert and how it help to track website ?
Not quite sure what you are asking here Swati... could you elaborate more?
Google Alerts allow you to receive notifications when certain strings of text appear in newly crawled and indexed Google search results.
For instance, I have a Google alert on my name "Susannah Birch" and typing it here will likely mean I get an email notification in about 24 hours about this thread.
People use it for a variety of things, including strings of text from their articles (to check for duplicate copies), watching the latest trends and tracking good/bad reviews about their business.
by Dottie1 9 years ago
Did you ever wonder if google alert could be helpful to your business? Here is an alert I received in my gmail account this morning.Google Alerts to me show details 6:06 AM (5 hours ago) Reply Google Blogs Alert for: unusual...
by Anna 5 years ago
Do you have a Google alert for your name or HubPages user name?
by Chinweike 8 years ago
Hi everyone, I want people to be receiving google alert from my blogs each time I publish. Does anyone have idea of how to go about it?Thanks in anticipation.
by Barbara Badder 3 years ago
I received a notification that my Google Adsense tax information had been changed today. Did anyone else get this notification and didn't change anything? Should I worry that someone has gotten into my account?
by tamron 6 years ago
I read somewhere if your articles are copied you can receive a Google Alert to your email. If so how?
by johnb0127 9 years ago
Hello all, I was just wondering if anyone knows who to put your google adsense publisher id into your own personal website. I have a website on webs.com and have put google ads on my site by HTML, but when I get an ad click, nothing happens because I have not inserted my publisher id. ...
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