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Published on August 27th, 2007 | by Simon Wakeman


How to: use even more free tools to track coverage on the internet

A few weeks ago I published a post about how to use free tools to keep an eye on mentions of your organisation on the internet.

The MarketingPilgrim website has a great list of twenty six free tools that can be used to just the same thing – well worth checking out. The list includes some specialised tools for searching events, forums, jobs listings, patents and products.

There’s also a useful tip lurking in the comments about how to use GMail to process and filter email lists and then produce RSS feeds for them.

[tags]MarketingPilgrim, RSS, website+monitoring, media+monitoring, free+tools, gmail[/tags]

This article originally appeared on Simon Wakeman’s communications, marketing and public relations blog at

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    Simon WakemanSimon is Agency Director at digital agency Deeson and writes for the agency blog on all things digital.

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