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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 finds mentions of keywords on social media. That's it.
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.
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.