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7 Ways How Impactana Content Alerts Can Save You Tons of Time

impactana-alertsSave tons of time and make an impact on your market

Why search the Web all the time when Impactana can do the legwork for you? It helps you find successful and important content that engages users beyond shares and likes and makes you the content marketing Superhero. What are you waiting for?

Watch this video tutorial and learn about the 7 ways in which the Impactana alerts will make your work easier and  save you time.

I show you how to set-up and make the most of Impactana's different alerts, such as:

  • Content Alerts
  • Author Alerts
  • Competitor Domain Alerts
  • Publisher Alerts
  • Comment Alerts
  • Interview Alerts
  • Intitle Alerts

As you can see, with Impactana you can track brand mentions, various influencers or different topics more effectively than the regular search.

You can set-up alerts in Impactana for anything you want and you will receive an e-mail notification whenever new results that match your settings, get published on the Web.


I hope that you enjoyed this quick video tutorial.

Be sure to go back and compile a list of other potential giveaway partners using combinations of Impactana’s advanced search.

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Christoph C. Cemper
Christoph C. Cemper started working in the internet marketing business as an SEO and Link Builder in 2003. He began developing SEO software for internal use in 2006. In 2009, Christoph launched his favorite SEO tools as LinkResearchTools in the SaaS model. When the famous Google Penguin update changed the rules of SEO in 2012, Christoph started Link Detox, software for finding links that pose a risk in a website’s backlink profile. He introduced ongoing link audits and risk management to the market in early 2011. In 2015, Christoph introduced Impactana, a new technology platform and SaaS product to measure the success of content beyond "social buzz", to find content, videos and people that make an impact.
Christoph C. Cemper

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