Google Alert sent to you emails when Google finds new results — such as web pages, newspaper articles, or blogs — that match your search term. You can use Google Alerts to monitor anything on the Web. For example, people use Google Alerts to:
- Find out what is being said about their company or product.
- Monitor a developing news story.
- Keep up to date on a competitor or industry.
- Get the latest news on a celebrity or sports team.
- Find out what’s being said about themselves.
Currently there are six types of alerts sent when new content matches the search terms of the alert:
- Everything – (default setting) aggregates News, Web and Blogs
- News – sent when matching content makes it into the top ten results of a Google News search
- Web – sent when new web pages appear in the top twenty results for a Google Web search
- Blogs - sent when matching content appears in the top ten results of a Google Blog Search
- Video – sent when matching content appears in the top ten results of a Google video search
- Groups – sent when matching content appears in the top fifty results of a Google Groups search
Morever, it is very easy to use :
- You enter a query that you’re interested in.
- Google Alerts checks regularly to see if there are new results for your query.
- If there are new results, Google Alerts sends them to you in an email.
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