Google alerts are
enormously powerful and free web monitoring resource to determine your online
reputation based on alexa traffic rank, social activities and other factors of
your website or blogs. Google alerts abstract web data which is calculate by a
third party website analysis service, in my case I am using WEbsiteOutlook to
analysis my blog lablance.com.
How Google Alerts works?
Google Alerts monitor the
web for certain key phrases and deliver new events by an email or update RSS feed when it finds. For instance, if you have published a new post on your
blog, when Google indexed your post URL’s you would get alerted if they matched
with your alerts settings (email or rss).
Google Alerts Monitor Your Web Online Reputation
How to setup Google
Alerts?
You can setup a Google
alerts in two ways, an email notification (Best Result) when Google consider
the post content as high quality content and second is RSS feed (All Updates). In
other words Google Alerts provides you a strong filter to analysis ‘high
quality content’ and you can use this filter to measure the quality of the
content in Google’s Eyes for your own blogs content.
Go to Google Alerts Page
Type your site URL in
serch box (eg: lablance.com)
Expand "Show Option" button set following option:
How
often:    At most once a day
Sources:
      Automatic
Language:
    English
Region:
        Any Region
How
many:    All results
Deliver
to:     RSS feed
And click on Create alert
Button.

This will create RSS feed
to your blog post and it will update when you publish a new post.

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