How To Set Up Google Alerts Like A True Internet Marketing Ninja


For those of you who missed it, last week I published a post called ‘The Ninjas Guide To Google Alerts‘ over at that showed you how to set up Google Alerts keywords the right way.

SEJ is one of the biggest digital marketing blogs and is in the top 5k sites according to Alexa. The guest post got exposure to over 600,000 monthly unique visitors as well promotion to 22K Twitter followers and 29K Facebook fans.

At the time of writing the post has been shared over 500 times and has 42 comments. The most popular post on SEJ in July only had 247 shares and 1 comment so its good to see that the post has been well received by the SEJ community in comparison.

How To Set Up Google Alerts

In my opinion Google Alerts is the most powerful tool any online marketer has available to them. However it is also one of the most under utilised tools out there.

All Google Alerts does is notify of new results via e-mail or RSS based on the search queries you enter.

That might sound a bit simple but it is a seriously powerful way of leverage brand, authority, traffic and sales. If you have overlooked Google Alerts in the past it’s time to sit up and pay attention.

The Google Alerts set up process is quick, easy and costs nothing other than a few moments of your time. Once you have set up Google Alerts, it will continue to work for you day in day out.

How To Use Google Alerts Effectively

In my guest post I share all the Alerts I use personally so you can see how to use Google Alerts for business easily.

It covers the following topics-

  • Monitoring brand
  • Monitoring competitors
  • Monitoring questions in your niche
  • Monitoring content distribution
  • Finding new guest post opportunities
  • Monitoring link building footprints
  • Monitoring site security
  • Monitoring shoppers
  • Regional based monitoring
  • Discovering new niches
  • How to set up Google Alerts keywords
  • How to manage Google Alerts

Click Here To Read The Full Post


SEJ reader Kaushal Shah (from left a comment on the guest post that has to be one of the most ingenious ways to set up Google Alerts for yourself. Full credit for the below goes to Kaushal.

Measuring Content Quality

When you create Google Alerts you are given two choices. You can choose to receive Only the best results or All results for your given query.

Essentially Google Alerts gives you a ‘high quality content only’ filter and you can use this filter to measure the quality of the content in Google’s Eyes for your own site.

Kaushal setup 2 alerts for his domain like this

One of the Google Alerts set up options is to deliver Only the best results and the other Alert is setup to deliver All results.

Google Alerts set up

The theory is that when he publishes a post, if it gets delivered by the Only the best results Alert he has setup then Google must consider the post as high quality content.

How clever is that?

The Sky Is The Limit

The sky really is the limit when it comes to your Google Alerts set up. If you can search for it, you can monitor it. If you get creative with your Alerts there are no end of possibilities!

How Will You Use Google Alerts?

I would love to know how you use Google Alerts in your online marketing efforts.

Do you have a unique way of using it that I haven’t mentioned?

If you don’t currently use it, make sure you set up Google Alerts for everything I have shown you in this tutorial – you won’t regret it!

264 Responses

  1. Jason Theofilos

    Nice work Matthew. I hadn't read the post on SEJ, so thanks for the heads up, hope the traffic/subscribers get a big boost for you (by the way he's taken the link to your site out of the main article, but left an extra '>').

    • September 10th, 2012 at 11:39 am

      To be honest it didn't generate that much traffic at all but I will be doing a follow up post comparing the guest post results to having the first comment on a popular article.

      Yeah I noticed that and sent it over to the editor, just waiting for it to be updated.

  2. Anonymous

    every day I open the blog to see whether any new article or content but no luck nowadays :(

    • September 19th, 2012 at 4:43 pm

      Hi Alson,

      I've been working hard on the background/preperation work for some new posts/case studys. for example high pr aged domain vs new domain, ranking a site with just blog network posts and so forth :) Also I got invited to do Terry Kyles Sunday SEO last minute last week which delay the video for the week.

      The last video in the tiered link building series will be done before Sunday :)

  3. 10.4.2012

    How were you able to setup multiple alerts for one term. ie the site:domain when I try to do it in G iam being told the term is already in.

    • October 14th, 2012 at 3:38 pm

      Use a different account ^^

      • June 24th, 2013 at 10:10 am

        Nice tip this one…

        I actually used the same account and set one using the Google Account notify via email (best results) and the feed for (all results) that way I keep the content in the same account and still be alerted to both.

        Fantastic post, and I know I have caught it late but I still wanted to write a comment to show my appreciation and to say thank you for inspiring me to use this in ways I never even thought about.

        • July 16th, 2013 at 8:01 am

          Yeah that is a nice way of plugging it together, good thinking!

  4. Haven’t use Google Alert yet, but that sounds interesting and easy. I would try it some time in the future.

    • January 3rd, 2013 at 9:06 am

      Very hand tool – and best of all, its freeeeeeee! =D

  5. 1.18.2013

    I really like the link building guides, thanks a lot.

    • January 18th, 2013 at 1:43 pm

      Cheers :) Don’t be afraid to ask any questions on the forum!

  6. 1.28.2013

    Just wanted to add – “City AND inurl:submit-event” is ARRRRRguably the best way to find local directory submission opportunities for small business SEO. Thanks for the other tips, although I’d have to agree that the pirate-ese made this article a little difficult to read.

  7. Hi Matthew,

    This is a great post, and has really helped out! Loving your blog and your videos – really great stuff. Keep it up!

    Richard Best

  8. 3.21.2013

    Hi Matthew – just spent an eye-opening (not to mention wallet-oeforepening !) 90 minutes looking through some of your posts and comments… Why have I not found out about you before ! Wonderful stuff – thank you !
    My problem is this – I know that Google Alerts are enormously powerful – and FREE ! – and I intended to use them to drive the RSS feeds for a new WP plugin to semi-autoblog a new site… However, the alert feed from Google is not actually an RSS feed ! What I mean is, for example, if you extract news articles using G.A. the post title can be unintelligible (strange character strings can appear if there are special characters in the original item (like double quotes) ) and if (it doesn’t always ! ) it extracts an image, it only forwards a thumbnail version.
    So – to cut to the chase – do you know of any available software that can convert a Google alert into a “proper” RSS feed item ? The WP plugin sellers really don’t seem to want to help me with this !
    I would be very (eternally ?) grateful for any help !

    • March 27th, 2013 at 11:27 am

      Hi Roger,

      Hahaha that made me laugh thanks for the comment =D

      To be honest I’m not really sure how you could resolve that – perhaps a custom script that takes the source data and scrubs non standard character strings and outputs a new rss feed?

      Probably cost $20-$30 to get coded on odesk?

  9. 3.26.2013

    Only three comments on this post haha.

    I just put up a quick post about using G alerts to monitor spam indexation. Backlink for you sir.

  10. Temesgen

    Matthew you are such a hero lol…you assured me that it is possible to be a good blogger and make a living out of it ….. your tips are such inspirational

    Thank you

  11. Rank Wizard

    Do you use majestic seo or hrefs to check backlinks?

  12. seomedellin

    Great post Mathew as always.

    Thank u i didn knew talkwalker great app.

  13. heii .. I have not used google alerts, but it looks interesting to try. I certainly was not going to waste to try it. may be useful.

    thanks for share

  14. Vahid

    Today I double checked my feedly to make sure I’ve subscribed for your RSS .

    Thank you for your informative posts .

  15. I have never used Google Alerts but it seems to a great tool by Google. Let’s see…

  16. 8.20.2013

    What are you doing now that Google Alerts no longer delivers to RSS?

    Is there an RSS version that works these days?

  17. 11.21.2013

    Thanks for giving us a heads up on the article I don’t know much about google alerts but after this I think I got my next blogging homework assigment

  18. James

    Great stuff, this and the Tynt suggestion are set up now, brilliant work.

  19. 1.7.2014

    After some checking, looks like Google Alerts doesn’t pick up alerts from forums, or at least not as much as from blogs. I’ve noticed that WordPress blogs and news sites appear, while things posted on forums do not. Have you seen this as well?

  20. 1.27.2014

    I’ve enjoyed the read on google alert, look forward to activating what I’ve learnt. I’ll get back to you if this works. Cheers.

  21. 3.5.2014

    Thanks for giving me a stimulus concerning Google Alerts, I have been using that for a while but I I need to use it more creatively, so yep another great tip.

  22. 3.5.2014

    Hi Mat, Great Post as always.

    But isn’t that exactly was Buzz bundle dose, or am I missing something?

    • March 6th, 2014 at 8:02 am

      Yeah BuzzBundle is a much more developed version of this

  23. 3.7.2014

    Hey Mat !

    I’ve learned something new, was a pleasure to read your article .

    Kind regards form Albania ;)

  24. 3.13.2014

    I agree with you Matt that google alerts is one of the underrated tools that you can use but has a lot of potential. I have to say that I experienced this once when I was working with a company and I was able to find some viral topics which people want to find and made a video about it. In 3 months I had it on the first page of youtube and had 10k views without a boost.

    • March 13th, 2014 at 10:16 am

      Yeah it’s a great way to stay in tune with your market!

  25. 3.21.2014

    Yes you are 100% correct, alerts can help you for 100 reasons. If you are using google alert you are safe most of times.

  26. 3.31.2014

    After reading yours blog, I activate the Google alert in my Gmail id and it’s really awesome. Thanks for this enlightening sharing.

  27. 4.2.2014

    Hi Matt, Thanks very much for this post, it’s very useful for me. I don’t know about Google Alerts but after reading this I will definitely set up Google Alerts for my own.

  28. Louise

    Thanks for detailing how to use Google alerts here. I have used this pretty nifty resource for a long time and I am happy with the results. :)

  29. 4.9.2014

    I wasn’t aware of that tool. But now I am gonna activate it, hope it help me.

  30. punjabi songs

    i had never used google alerts. I would try it some time in the future.

  31. 4.16.2014

    Thanks for the post Matt.
    I never thought that footprints works with G alerts.

    Got some new info right here :) Ty

    – Eymard

  32. 5.7.2014

    I use GA for:
    1. My Brand Name and My name- to know what the web is speaking about me
    2. Travel Guest Post- As I am from tourism industry so GA on travel guest post offers good quality content which I can use later-on and sometimes a guest post opportunity.

    3. My Competitor brands- To know what quality web page has gone live from their end.

    4. This is new- .edu- I got some .edu sites from where I can get some .edu indexed links on my site like this –

    Plus I totally agree with you that sky is the limit when it comes to GA. So will love to hear more from you on this topic.

  33. Jatin Chhabra

    Yeah and I didn’t mentioned it earlier that I founded your blog via GA. Alert was “Tier Linking” :)

  34. 5.30.2014

    I have started a new blog recently and am not getting enough ideas to write. This Google Alerts trick is really nice. I’ll use it from this instant. Thanks Mat.

  35. 6.4.2014

    I tested a few sites with 3 to 5 pages of 500 words and then having a autoblog using google alerts, even though the rss feed pulls just over 200 words, im ranking on the first page for 5-9 of my keywords in most cases. Users also love it as not everyone knows how to set up an rss feed or use GA

  36. 6.25.2014

    Hey great article. :)
    I am new to your website and found you really have some interesting stuff.
    Looking forward to your blog.
    Keep up the good work. :D

  37. Matt Fuller

    Hi Matthew, the problem I find is having the time to follow up on all the alerts that come through. Unless your website is your full-time job, time usually gets the better of us.

    • July 14th, 2014 at 5:37 pm

      It doesn’t take all that long, if you get too many just tighten up your settings!

  38. Davis

    Hi Mathew,
    I’m glad to read an article like this which encourage ones to make a better blog. This post is really helpful for me.

  39. Carine Allen

    Google Alert is interesting and easy and helpful for us.I also try it some time in the future.I really like the link building guides, thanks for sharing.

  40. 8.4.2014

    Great stuff, Matthew! I like finding our own blog posts in my alerts for our keywords because it tells me that Google likes out content!

  41. Hardik agrawal

    Godd work matthew. Waiting for your another inspiring income report

    • August 25th, 2014 at 10:21 pm

      Thanks, there will be another on the 1st as always :)

  42. 9.4.2014

    Yarr cap’n! I use google alert fer researchin’ fer me next blog message topic!

  43. 9.17.2014

    Matt – do you know a means to chart the history of google alerts on a topic you are following to look back at spikes in activity to understand what was happening at that time?

    • September 18th, 2014 at 1:57 pm

      Hmm I don’t but I guess you could do that with IFTTT and Google Docs maybe?

  44. Titanium Marketing Pro

    Arrrrr! Those be some fine tips matey…

    I’ve got one for you as well… say yer lookin to sell somethin on craigslist… but ye don’t have a clue what to sell, or where’s the best place to put yer ad… why not set up an Alert with the item yer wantin’ to sell plus “want to buy” or “WTB”…

    Then, when yer Alerts come thru you’ll have a slew of cave dwellers with money in hand and gold to spend. Setup another Alert for yer item(s) and “eBay” and then just connect the buyer with the sellerrr and take yer cut down the middle!

    This is just ONE trick up me sleeve… click on me name to see more! ARRRRRRRRRR!

    • September 29th, 2014 at 4:21 pm

      Haha we dont have craigslist in the UK so thats a nice extra tip!

  45. Chris Dill

    Wow, that tip for measuring content quality is a killer! I immediately set up alerts for all of the domains I publish on- awesome stuff. Thanks!

  46. 11.13.2014

    Thanks for the nice blog. It was very useful for me. Keep sharing such ideas in the future as well.Thanks for sharing the such information with us.

  47. Philip Kleudgen

    Google alerts is one of my most used tools to build backlinks and find opportunities to talk about my topics. Recently i also used Feedly to be notified when my favourite blogs posted something so i could drop a comment.

    I also saw that recently launched their own version, but I didn’t test it yet.

  48. Yesenia Alvarez

    I use Google Alerts too its helps me writing updated content and its wonderful.

    Let’s create an alert.

    Try you will enjoy it.

  49. omar

    Thanks Matthew

  50. آپلود عکس

    Very well written post. It will be valuable to anybody who usess it, including me. Keep doing what you are doing – for sure i will check out more posts.

  51. offshore news

    I just activated my Google alerts, thanks to this post. Keep writing articles like this Matthew :).

  52. 2.16.2015

    This is the first i’m hearing about Google alerts. Seems like a very useful tool. Especially setting up those twitter alerts since social signals are pretty important these days.

  53. frans

    iam use google alert with enjoy thanks Mr.

  54. Tony

    Hi Matt,

    Thank you for your ninja google alert information, is ther any wordpress plugin

  55. Matt Woosnam

    Its funny, theres so many google products that don’t get the same kind of attention as some of the more popular ones. This would be one of them! I like google trends but will certainly be checking this one out. Thanks for bringing it to my attention!

  56. Daniel

    Hi Matthew,

    I didn’t even know Google provided this particular service so thank you for sharing it its something I would be interested in.

  57. [email protected] Digital


    Thanks for the tips, I had no clue I could do so much things with Google Alerts. I look forward to read more of your articles.


  58. Henry

    wow, I learnt something new today with this. Google has so many amazing features we can use but i didn’t know about this one.

  59. sunil kumar

    hi Mathew,
    Google alerts? well it is new to me, but you have not mentioned the price of it. I wanted to use, but is it free or any free edition of its?

    I forget to thanks you for a informative article, if you will reply then it would be a great help.


  60. TrongBao

    Thanks Matthew

  61. Nirmal Sarkar

    Thanks a lot. The article you have written has truly helped me in a lot of ways.

  62. [email protected] 2015

    Thanks Nice Way :)

    This is Helped Me Many Times

  63. Desmond

    Stay up the great work, Matthew! You already know, many individuals
    are hunting around for this information, you can help them greatly !

  64. John Stover

    We use GA to monitor our clients brand and names (specifically for rep management). We do use Buzz bundle for this as well. The other way we use GA is for outreach – finding links, blog comments ect.

    Great post Matt! Sometimes it’s good to be reminded to go back to the basics;)

  65. Perambur Kumar

    Hi Mathew
    Awesome Post
    I always use Google Alerts.
    Thanks for sharing this wonderful information with us

  66. 6.5.2015

    I like your way to define this article. Good job. Keep It Up!

  67. Camden Town Minicab

    Hi, Thanks for your post, I created google alert and its helpful to me.

  68. 7.8.2015

    Very interesting read about google alerts.
    we have been using them for a while to keep our clients informed about business news on the west coast.
    Your article intrigued me, the specific heading “Regional Based Monitoring” how is it possible to set something up that would inform you of the person looking for a “laptop” in a specific area.


    • July 8th, 2015 at 10:50 am

      ‘laptop new york’

      Although you would be better off using Twitter search with the proximity feature and something like HootSuite to monitor those search results.

  69. JP

    Google Alerts is a pretty rad tool. I’ve used it a few times and have really only got a mixed bag of results. I would chalk that up though to not really inputing the syntax as restrictive as I could. We keep getting results returning weird mixes of our content or things like stock updates or random PR postings.

  70. alex

    Hello exceptional website! Does running a blog similar to
    this take a great deal of work? I’ve very little
    knowledge of coding but I had been hoping to start my own blog in the near future.
    Anyways, if you have any suggestions or tips for new blog
    owners please share. I understand this is off subject however I simply had to
    ask. Cheers!

  71. Rajeev

    I like your way to define this article. Good Job. Keep It Up..

  72. alamgeer faraz

    very nice tool i have never try 1st time read this tool i will try to do this i like this post thanks.

  73. Sagor Ahamed

    helpful post. like it very much

  74. MoreHotLeads

    Yarrr. some mighty fine tips good sir. I can’t tell ye’ how many great links I have gotten from using Google Alerts for my client’s websites. A very simple and important link building method that a lot of SEOs overlook indeed.

  75. Manish Saini

    Very Good Post When I Follow this my website traffice increase :D Thanniks For Sharing

  76. [email protected] exchnage

    I really enjoyed reading this post, I was just wondering do you trade featured blog posts. Thanks for sharing your Blog with others. You really share valuable information.

  77. Payal Bhalodwala

    Matthew, Unique and interesting link building tactics found in your blog. Some are very useful for link building. Thanks.


    Thanks for sharing such a informative information with us, Its really helpful for me.

  79. kannan

    thanks for sharing such a wonderful information….

  80. Events Platform

    I’ve enjoyed the read on google alert, look forward to activating what I’ve learnt. I’ll get back to you if this works. Cheers.

  81. Free Magento download

    What an useful link building guide I have ever read. With your tips, I certainly will promote my website much easier.

  82. 10.18.2015

    Hey Mathew, back again. I am just addicted to your blogs i love the way you write them and present them and the information is amazing. Thank for you so much information. Secondly i have 2 questions if you don’t mind answering them please. What plugins or tools do you use for these lightbox email capture pop ups and how have to managed to get that slide down email capture thing on your website?

    • October 19th, 2015 at 9:44 am

      Thanks Zarak – That would be ThriveLeads

      • October 21st, 2015 at 3:58 pm

        Thank you Mathew. I wanted to ask you 2 more things, first is how do you make those thumbnails of your other videos appear on your youtube videos and secondly youtube has closed a few of my channel for section 4 H and i really did not use any bots or something to increase views and all the videos followed the community standards. I feel its my competition doing stuff to my videos because i am very good with ranking youtube videos in minutes without using any tools or bots for views or anything. How can i keep my channels safe from competition doing something?

  83. Shawn

    Thank you Sir for the master article, it will surely help.

  84. 10.28.2015

    it is helpful
    thanks for this share

  85. seo

    Thanks for nice share

  86. Its hard to come across seo guides that REALLY offer something helpful. Thanks for doing the research and sharing it.

  87. 11.11.2015

    Wow. Its really helpful article. I tried those keywords on google and got good results..

  88. 12.4.2015

    Thanks for sharing such a great full information

  89. 12.20.2015

    After reading the article, I realized that I am not using Google alerts to its full potential. Thanks Matt for the nice guide.. should come in handy especiall the niche part

  90. Rahul

    Great information I got it from this blog. I like it very much and also I following your site on daily basis for searching a new information and tricks. I have applied backlinks tricks and i got very fast result. Thanks for sharing.

  91. 1.6.2016

    What a wonderful post. You deserve all the credit. It’s an eye opener. Thanks

  92. Rubel

    I just loved reading your articles.

    The best thing which I really like about your articles is, you covers each and every thing in your articles which makes your article more helpful.

    I have seen people love to read those articles more which are easy to understand and can help a lot. And you always write such kind of articles.

    I would also like to suggest you one thing.

    You should try to keep your paragraphs short so that people can’t scare before reading that paragraphs.

    Short and cute paragraphs increase interest of the reader to read the complete article.

    I hope you wouldn’t mind my suggestion.

    Either way, Thanks for this wonderful article.

  93. Musa

    Google Alerts are definitely the way to go!

  94. 2.10.2016

    Thanks mathew

    I have been following you from Trafficplanet and it’s always good to read your peice.

    Do you mind if I share this on my blog,, I will leave your link in credits :)

    BTW,, I think the new topic can be how to be a boss when using Google Trends :) and social media together.

    Cheers mate!!!

  95. 2.25.2016

    There are some good alternatives to Google Alerts though and one of my current favorites is TalkWalker

  96. 3.7.2016

    Cheers Matt, went over to Search Engine Journal and the full article on Google Alerts was great! Clearly illustrating helpful SEO tools and tactics as always.

  97. MarketPoint Digital

    I currently have G alerts set up for a few keywords and competitive monitoring but I had never thought, or even really knew, that they could be used for social platforms like Twitter. Monitoring for industry questions and guest posts are two other great ideas. Thanks!

    • March 21st, 2016 at 5:00 pm

      No problem, I am sure there is a bunch of ways to do it that I haven’t added here as well!

  98. World Web Marketer

    I saw this post 2 weeks ago and started using Google Alerts and surprisingly my traffic went up. What a powerful tool.

    Thank you for this great tip.

  99. 3.27.2016

    As an author, I use goog alerts to monitor other authors and topics e.g. “Asimov” and “Poe”.
    Also -obviously- to monitor myself and my author brand+name e.g. “Book title”, or “myAuthorName”.
    Thanks for the Tips Mathew – they’re awesome!

    • March 29th, 2016 at 12:18 pm

      Some great extra usage examples there Eric, thanks :)

  100. rahul

    Great ! Great ! and very important information found here.I need this information and I got it from this famous blog. Thanks for sharing this information with us.

  101. 4.5.2016

    thanks for share, this amazing info

  102. Phil Gregory

    Hi Matthew,

    I was unclear as to how Google alerts would tell me what people were searching for

  103. Karan Nayak

    This is nice blog and very informative article thanks for sharing this valuable article. Please keep like this. Great job.

  104. sheraz asad

    Great article Mate.

  105. 5.26.2016

    I use Google Alerts.
    Really a nice piece of technology.
    Thanks for the article.

  106. getimges

    That is nice blog and incredibly informative article thanks a lot for sharing this specific article. Please keep such as this. Great job.

  107. Fashion photographer dublin

    Quite informative! Thanks a lot

  108. Haven’t use Google Alert yet, but that sounds interesting and easy. I would try it some time in the future.

  109. muthukumar

    I will use Google Alerts from now man.


  110. 7.7.2016

    Great tips, thanks. I’d set up Google alerts for a couple of things but didn’t really see the value… now I do!!

  111. 7.27.2016

    Matthew, another great post. I use google alerts to follow what is going on with trench boxes. It is a great service by Google. I too would like to see the alerts be an rss feed.

  112. craiglerr

    Thanks for this guide!

  113. Maca

    Thank you Matthew! Really appreciate the content. Im going to go set it up for myself!

  114. طراحی سایت

    it is helpful

  115. 8.10.2016

    Google Alerts are great way to finding new topics in a niche but I never used it much because my sites don’t post news content but I guess with your provided tips, I will be able to find hot topics according to my needs.

  116. 9.2.2016

    Hi Matthew,
    I didn’t even know Google provided this particular service so thank you for sharing it its something I would be interested in.
    I will be able to find hot topics according to my needs.

  117. 9.3.2016

    I’ve been using alerts for quite a few years, but never in as many different variations as presented. What you wrote years ago, still relevant and valuable today! Thank you.

  118. 9.10.2016

    Didn’t even know google alerts was a thing. Thanks for the info!

  119. PCTECH24

    Thank for this useful informationon on google alert tool.
    This blog is very interesting and knowledgeable and if you have any further information, please keep me updated with that information also.

  120. miya mushtaq khan

    seo is best to atrract traffic to our site… thanks

  121. Pandit Aman Sharma

    Greate website

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  123. 11.2.2016

    This really helped me
    thank you

  124. 11.11.2016

    Nice info bro, i need this information :)

  125. Jason Lee

    I used to use Google Alerts years ago but I’d forgotten about it. Thanks for the heads up.

  126. 12.2.2016

    Very interesting ways of using alerts. I never even thought of most of these but I can really see how useful it can be now, especially for brands.

  127. mahesh

    Google Alets ! Really appreciate the content. Im going to go set it up for myself!

  128. 12.18.2016

    I did not knew the importance of google alerts and how vital it is. But after reading your article I think I can make some use of it.

    • December 22nd, 2016 at 11:03 am

      Yeah it’s a great service that everyone should use :)

  129. 1.2.2017

    Thank you Mathew I didn’t knew the use of Google alerts before. But now i find it very useful.

  130. [email protected]

    Really Great Article for link building, it’s increase my knowledge about every area of links architecture & very helpful for me.

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