Welcome to our glossary of terms! This article will help you better understand our tool and get familiar with important parts of our service.
This is the search logic used to define relationships between keywords and phrases. Here is an example for you: ("Bert" or "Ernie") NOT "Elmo"
The tab where all content streams/searches are stored. From the inbox you can view documents, share them, export them, etc.
The tab where you can set up and view different analytics on your content/documents and searches.
The tab within the tool and our term for media contacts, journalists and bloggers. Here you can build lists of of contacts for press releases, or even distribute/send press releases and emails to an individual or group of individuals.
The tab within the tool where you will find Newsfeeds and Newsletters if you have subscribed to them.
An add-on component with Meltwater where you can stream content to your website, blog, internal site, etc.
An add-on component with Meltwater where you can send out a branded template with the content of your choosing.
Content that is delivered to you via email daily, weekly, monthly, etc.
The tab within the tool where you can search for a keyword, phrase, competitors, industry news, influencers, etc.
Where you are able to store specific documents or groups of documents.
Comparative analysis between two terms, searches, competitors, etc.
The number of "hard copies" that a publication has distributed during a specific time period.
The number of people who have potentially been exposed to a story in the media.
Reach estimates the potential viewership of any particular article based on the number of visitors to the specific source.
The amount of people who visit a website within a specific reporting period
The potential dollar value of media coverage. The reach numbers are the unique visitors of each source based on monthly activity. This is delivered to us by our partner SimilarWeb, a leading Internet technology company that provides marketing data and analytics.
The purple “Floating Action Button” seen on the bottom right-hand side of a page in the app. This button allows you to add a new search and much more.
Widgets are types of analytics within your dashboards. Widgets make up your dashboards, and dashboards are where you will analyze the content within your inbox.
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