Critical Mention, the company pioneering the entry of the real-time TV and Radio medium into media monitoring, analytics, business intelligence and big data applications, with thousands of public relations and marketing clients subscribing to the Critical Mention platform and more than a dozen API partnerships adding live TV into business tools, is pleased to announce its continued expansion into digital content sets.
Beginning today, Critical Mention subscribers can easily discover, share, and analyze content from individual and social blog sites, such as Blogger and WordPress, making it even easier to monitor across all media types. This digital content set complements the online news content previously added this year, giving Critical Mention users a complete view across traditional and online conversations, including TV, radio, social media, online news sites and blogs.
Highlights of the Critical Mention “Blogs” content update:
- Includes hundreds of thousands of social and consumer blogs
- Increases overall Critical Mention content (TV, radio, online news) by 18%
- Includes popular blogging platforms like Blogger, WordPress, TypePad and Yahoo
- Averages two times more posts per day than the previously released online news content set
- Averages 600,000 unique posts & articles daily
- Is all searchable and alertable
The new Blogs content set has automatically been added to existing Critical Mention subscriptions with enabled digital content sets. If you do not currently monitor digital or traditional content with Critical Mention and would like to, please sign up here.
With the majority of new clients including online news, blogs and Twitter in their Critical Mention subscription, Critical Mention has consolidated budgets previously spent on standalone social and digital media monitoring & analytics services, invested in client success and expanded addressable markets in the small and midsize business (SMB) sector. To see how Critical Mention can benefit your product, brand, or clients, please visit https://www.criticalmention.com