Mention

Better Google alerts.

#2 Product of the WeekDecember 22, 2013
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Reviews

  • Matt Pliszkadiscovering apps at picksaas.com
    Pros: 

    easy to use, well-priced, mobile app

    Cons: 

    no significant cons for this price

    an effective tool for monitoring your brand's reputation online

    Matt Pliszka has used this product for one week.
  • Matthieu GauthierHead of Marketing, Mention
    Pros: 

    easy to use, real time, analytics

    Cons: 

    nothing really

    love it

    Matthieu Gauthier has used this product for one year.

Discussion

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Mike KnoopHunter@mikeknoop · Co-founder & CPO, Zapier
Mention also monitors social media in addition to the web (and unlike Google alerts these days, it actually works!)
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
I've been using Mention for the past month to vainly follow "Ryan Hoover" and "Product Hunt". I agree, it's far better and more comprehensive than Google Alerts. Newsle (http://newsle.com) is similar, shared by @mishachellam a while back here - http://www.producthunt.co/posts/211
⚡️@thejulielogan · dir. of brand strategy – giphy
@rrhoover wish they had better filtering systems for the alerts. sometimes I want to get more specific.
guillaume cabaneMaker@guillaumecabane · VP Growth @Segment
Hey @thejulielogan what kind of filters would you desire ?
Kristin Adams@ka23a · Founder, Socialie
@thejulielogan If you ever want more specific alerts for Twitter, check us out: http://pindrop.socialie.com
Josh Elman@joshelman · Partner, Greylock
I've been happy with Mention and the alerts that come in on my name. But I like Newsle a lot too
Gus Ferguson@saliencegus · Co-founder and Partner at Salience HQ
It's really expensive! $99 for 5 alerts??
Claire-Emilie Lecocq@claireemiliel · Content Marketing @eFounders
Mention is THE web monitoring platform for marketers. Highly recommend!