This week, Corey presented to a group of 500 Loss Prevention Specialists from the largest retail companies in the world. They are tasked with watching the web very carefully – looking for mentions about their company that could be damaging to their reputation, their products, or customer safety.
Corey created a list of nine sites that can help these individuals do their job more efficiently and effectively. We believe you can gain from these resources as well. Check them out below!
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search.twitter.com – Quickly see what’s being said about your brand on Twitter.
socialmention.com – Scans blogs, microblogs, images, videos and more for mentions of your brand.
hootsuite.com – A dashboard for you to monitor multiples keyword phrases that relate to your company.
glassdoor.com – See what employees are saying about your company.
searchinstagram.com or web.stagram.com/search/ – Quickly scan Instagram images using your company name.
www.pinterest.com/search – Search Pinterest for company mentions.
reddit.com/r/Monitors/ – Open source news site. People post articles and votes determine article ranking. Over 114 million unique page views last month. This site will help you monitor Reddit for brand mentions.