Notifier for Reddit

Automated keyword monitoring for Reddit

Notifier for Reddit monitors Reddit in real time and notified you instantly when keywords you care about are mentioned on Reddit! Users are using it for Brand Management, Marketing their Products, Finding Sales/Deals, Responding to customer complaints and much more!

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Would you recommend this product?
3 Reviews5.0/5

I use this app to get alerts the same way that I use Google Alerts.

Pros:

I like this app a lot for keeping tabs on topocs I'm interested in.

Cons:

I'm not aware of a similar alternative for Reddit posts.

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Glenn BerkshierIT Analyst
$10 per month seems a bit pricey for this service. Consider raising the free searched amount to five, and also maybe an annual plan with a reduced monthly cost.
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Timothy Bramlett
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Software Engineer
@grberk Thanks for the feedback! I will definitely be considering that.
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Kate PateWriter, traveler and marketing buff.
So cool! Can't wait to check it out
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Timothy Bramlett
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Software Engineer
@kate_pate Awesome!
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Donald Saint-ValFounder of The Village Toy Share
Pretty great function, and simple to set up. Looks like a winner
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Timothy Bramlett
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Software Engineer
SaraMarketing Director - Eyecon
I set up a free ifttt recipe that send me reditt notifications from my keywords. What's the advantage of your service?
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Timothy Bramlett
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Software Engineer
@sarabcole So, great Question! IFTTT last time I checked does not give you the following: -ability to include or exclude from certain subreddits. -case insensitive matching -Boolean matching within your search string Also IFTTT is definitely not real time like NfR. NfR will send you an email within 30-60 seconds of the object occurring on Reddit currently. IFTTT definitely has quite the lag between notifying you and object creation on Reddit (at least when I last tried it). If you're trying to DRIVE the conversation you do not have time to wait hours to respond to a comment/post on Reddit.
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