GoogleAlert has been around for awhile, but it’s still a tool worth mentioning, and Chris Sherman does so in today’s SearchDay. Just enter your search query, and GoogleAlert will e-mail you when web pages with those terms are added to Google’s database. It’s like a newsclipping service for web pages.
Or if you want a real newsclipping service, try Google News Alerts, which searches over 4,500 news sources for your search terms.
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