Getto your customers.
Use PMAlerts to monitor the web for mentions and leads.
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|Sendgrid||"problems with Sendgrid"||A lot of people talk about Sendgrid. A more specific query will help you filter through the general conversation and engage with more actionable conversations.|
|noodles||"noodle recipe"||A lot of people talk about noodles. But if what you really want is noodle recipes, think about the phrases that people use when they're talking about noodle recipes.|
|RSS||"RSS reader"||A lot of people talk about RSS. But far fewer people talk about RSS readers. Increasing specificity will decrease noise.|
|What you use||What you get||What you don't get|
|Tesla stock||Tesla split their stock||NKLA Tesla.com|
|"Tesla stock"||Tesla stock surges||TSLA stock surges|
|"Tesla stock" NKLA||Tesla stock beats NKLA||Tesla Nikola stocks|
|"Tesla" "stock" NKLA||Tesla sees surge in stock||Tesla NKLA compared|
|tesla.com||Tesla.com got updated||Tesla's automating everything|
|Objective||Query 1||Query 2|
|Generate leads for a social listening app||"like google alerts"||"launched today"|
|Manage your reputation||"Elon Musk"||"Musk"|
|Understand enterprise chat customers||"use Slack"||"uses Slack"|
|Support Teams customers||"does teams"||"can microsoft teams"|
|Engage with a hashtag||#sociallistening||#indiehacker|
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The world's biggest brands use PMAlerts to get closer to their customers every day.
What's social media monitoring?
Social media monitoring (or social listening) is all about listening to social media for mentions of specific keywords. Think of it like Google Alerts, but for social media.
Is PMAlerts right for me?
If you're looking for advanced analytics, trend analysis, content scheduling, or other features that you might find in a social media management suite, PMAlerts probably isn't for you. PMAlerts does one thing, really well - it connects you with people who are talking about whatever you're thinking about.
How can PMAlerts help me?
Think of it like a Swiss Army knife for your business. Use-cases include:
Why should startups care about social media monitoring?
It can be hard to find your first 10, 100, or 1000 paying customers, especially if you don't have an easy way to reach your audience. Social listening is a cost-effective way to get past that hurdle. It gives you a straightforward way to do things that don't scale.
Why should established businesses and product teams care about social media monitoring?
Customer obsession isn't just a buzzword - it's a competitive advantage! Businesses who stay close to their customers (and competitors' customers) gather critical insights that can improve decision-making across the board. Social media monitoring is a cost-effective way to capture real-world customer sentiments.
PMAlerts is simple and extensible. It makes it very easy for you to pull relevant social data into your own systems via webhooks and other integrations.
How much does it cost?
Check out the pricing page.
What's the catch?
For some platforms (like Facebook), PMAlerts uses search engines to poll for fresh content. For these platforms, you'll only be alerted about things that you could find by searching Google. Social media platform penetration is tracked on Karma.
Who's using PMAlerts?
As of February 6th 2021, ~1,200 people are using PMAlerts. A large percentage of these users came from my HackerNews post. Employees of Microsoft, Google, Twitter, Pinterest, Amazon, and lots of other companies use PMAlerts to get closer to their customers every day.
How can I get started?
First, consider your target demographic's signals - the words and phrases they're using online. That could be your company name, a competitor, or a phrase. Then, create alerts for those signals here on PMAlerts. PMAlerts will then notify you whenever those signals appear online.
Where can I learn more?
The wall of Twitter love
Got my first @pm_alerts email after signing up yesterday.— Roger Swannell (@rogerswannell) October 2, 2020
Very comprehensive. Shows me links to stuff I would never had found otherwise.
Monitoring is the new meeting.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️(And I have high expectations)
side note: setting up and organizing alerts can be overwhelming after a while. If that's the case look into tools like @pm_alerts which make things more accessible.— Akhil (@akhilpedia) December 2, 2020
If you all haven't played around with @pm_alerts yet, you really should.— Wess Daniels (@cwdaniels) September 21, 2020
I can see many great uses for #roamcult & other groups wanting to track news, developments, & ideas.
I currently have some set up for various topics I'm following, including my biz @fireweedcoffee
Do Google searches. Search in forums where your users hang out. Use tools like @pm_alerts or F5Bot to stay in the loop with daily digests.— Sergio Mattei 🇵🇷 (@matteing) December 7, 2020
Search for not just competitors, but what people are talking about regarding YOUR product.
You're using @pm_alerts to start more social conversations on Twitter and Mastodon, right?— Jonathan Holden (@JonathanDHolden) December 4, 2020
It's been a week since I started using @pm_alerts and it's led me to:— Roger Swannell (@rogerswannell) October 7, 2020
- Join a group chat with over 200 digital charity professionals
- Find people on Reddit who aren't part the usual charity crowd
- Join a call on digital exclusion
- Learn about a few new fundraising products
9/1 Free stuff I used to develop https://t.co/Zu0HSKe6VM:— Ihor Stefurak (@ihorstefurak) September 4, 2020
- https://t.co/84bfVoSDOS to develop the add-on,
- https://t.co/oPg7or86FZ to collect payments,
- https://t.co/4iLymQjutK to learn more about potential customers,
- https://t.co/HpcIslkFqv to visualize a user journey,
Love Mick's transparency about every aspect of the business: https://t.co/WUgrZ2ofDD— DK ✌🏽 (@dk_the_human) March 5, 2021
This company will be largehttps://t.co/eVpQqmtcLy— Evan Conrad (@evanjconrad) January 8, 2021
The only reason I found out about this post was because of @micksprojects's excellent https://t.co/GQaOwc0ioW— Lesley (@lesley_pizza) January 9, 2021
I added keywords into the app (including "Newsletter Glue") and it sends me a daily digest of all keyword mentions on social media. Took minutes to set up. 🔥 https://t.co/HYzMGgDaOK
Just got onboarded to @pm_alerts by @micksprojects. It can monitor keywords across a plethora of platforms including HN and Twitter. Looks like a thing a lot of @IndieHackers might need. Excited to play with it! pic.twitter.com/DQAADecTdw— Ivan Fedorov (@spacegangster) January 20, 2021
Social listening matters especially if you're a new brand who's trying to capture your target market. But, how do you do that?— Alex Carpenter (@Alex1Carpenter) January 19, 2021
If you're an early-stage startup, then this social listening tool is beneficial for you: https://t.co/a4hLciozVd
It's probably a nice idea to get alerts when your product is mentioned on social media such as HN & Reddit so that you can jump into the active conversations. See @pm_alerts— burak emre (@bu7emba) January 28, 2021
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This image was created by DK, and I love it:
DK builds productivity-enhancing tools like Browserflow (an extension that automates browser workflows) and Intention (an extension that blocks distractions so you can focus).