🤔 What is 84watchdog?
84watchdog is a done-for-you (agency) service that monitors multiple data sources. We look at vertical search engines, social platforms, and more technical data (registration data, carrier network data, app store data, and even dark web files).
🤔 What is a done for you service?
A done-for-you service is provided by us when you trigger it. However, it´s not do-it-yourself, as we run specific protocols on our end. We customize the searches and reports and decide which data sources probably provide the best results.
🤔 For whom is 84watchdog?
84watchdog is for anyone who wants results but does not want to learn multiple platforms.
🤔 How easy is the set up?
The technical setup happens on our end, so you don´t have to worry about anything..
🤔 How secure is 84watchdog?
There is no risk of data extraction for your intellectual property, as we monitor data sources outside your organization.
🤔 Is it social listening only?
84watchdog is a proxy that protects your exposure. Beyond social, we can monitor code libraries and even dark web sources.
🤔 Can we do without Social Monitoring?
Certainly - at least for a while. Especially when there is no competitor around
🤔 Is Social Monitoring illegal
Social monitoring is like ad targeting. The processes are built on data that users, aggregators, or service providers make available.
🤔 Is Social Monitoring a risk for my company?
That´s a strange question. While your ad agency and any social media platform are interested in your data - shouldn´t you be?
🤔 My agency does that for me
Do they belong to a network and share patterns with platforms or other ventures that may become a predator in your core market?
🤔 What is the difference between search and compound queries?
While search has become a daily habit, advanced search is incredibly powerful but not very common. Finally, compound search queries are not new to programmers, but with low code automation, they are becoming available to the general public.
🤔 What is the difference between an analytics platform and a watchdog?
Every global advertiser monitors the Google ecosystem for searches around its own brand, and competitor brands. The most common use case is the allocation of media spending, where responsibility is clearly defined within the company. This job is located in marketing, not IT. Let's say one of your suppliers has a data breach. Neither your IT team nor your PR crisis team knows about this relationship., Both departments will lose valuable time to respond when the problem reaches their desks.
🤔 Is this only about Likes and Clicks or does it matter for Automotive and Healthcare?
Search and Social have become unstoppable sources of insight. Whatever you fire off against platforms strengthens your engagement with customers, partners, and things in the broader sense.