Monitoring multiple websites for specific content...

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I'm working to help re-market specific events within a specific industry.

Some of the websites within the group I'm trying to keep up with have rss feeds, facebook pages, and newsletter signups. I'm trying to funnel all of these into one email account to check daily.

Does anyone know the most effective way to monitor multiple websites for specific content? I've already tried google alerts but that is setup to send you alerts for things going on the day of - not weeks or days in advance.

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  • Profile picture of the author lotsofsnow
    I would have suggested Google alerts.

    They send you alerts as soon as something is surfacing.

    Not sure what your problem is with that.

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    • Profile picture of the author ekimura
      Google alerts sends me an alert the day that the event is happening - which gives me no time to promote that event.
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  • Profile picture of the author sdlive
    I use

    You can follow any public URLs
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  • Profile picture of the author Ron Killian
    Seems google alerts should still give you alerts for things to come. These sites your monitoring should post in advance, post upcoming events, no?
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