At the top of your Agility screen, hover over your Monitor module and select New Search.
If you still have access to both of Agility's monitoring tools, the version we are referring to here will be marked with a + symbol.
In the search fields begin by entering keywords that you want to use for a topic search. Hit Enter once you have typed each word or phrase.
In this search page, choose Text to do a standard text-only search that searches the text in the Headline, Lead, and/or Body of an article. All these three elements are selected by default, but you can deselect the parts that you don't want covered.
Choose Images, if you want to search coverage of a brand using Image Monitoring. Here, you will see a list of articles returned with images featuring the brand’s logo, even if the brand isn’t explicitly mentioned within the text of the article. An example of an image search for "coca cola" is shown below.
You may also use a combination of Text and Image searches via the Keyword group to further refine your search. Here's how.
AND SEARCH: Enter keywords or phrases into "AND" section to retrieve content that must include all key words and phrases in this field; this typically narrows a search so that you retrieve very narrow results. In the screenshot below, the search will only return articles that contain ALL of the terms “Netflix”, “Hulu” or “Amazon Prime Video”.
OR SEARCH: Enter keywords or phrases into the "OR" section to look for content that includes one, some or all key terms provided; these words or phrases generally expand a search to bring back more results. In the screenshot below, the search will return all articles that contain ANY one, two or all of the terms “Netflix”, “Hulu” or “Amazon Prime Video”.
COMBINING "AND" AND "OR" SEARCHES: By using both the AND and OR fields you can search for terms that must be returned in combination with a choice of terms, one or all of which need to be present.
In the screenshot below “Marvel" must be present in an article for it to be returned, in addition to either “Netflix”, “Hulu” or “Amazon Prime Video”.
NOT SEARCH: Enter keywords or phrases into the "NOT" field to block keywords you don't want to have in your results. The screenshot below will return articles that contain “Netflix” and “Marvel” or “MCU” but will exclude any articles that mention “Disney” or "Apple".
On the right panel of your screen, refine your results by searching through some or all of the various Media Types, Sources, Regions, Languages, and Sentiment.
Media Type - Depending on the media available in your subscription, you can refine your topic to monitor all or some media types. Learn more about Social monitoring here.
Sources and Regions - You can include or exclude any Contacts, Outlets, or Regions.
Language - By default, all languages will be monitored. If you wish to change this, select the languages you require.
Sentiment - Applies only to English, French or Spanish.
Once you have entered your search terms you can click "Search" to look for results or "Save Search as Topic" and give your Topic a name. This will allow you to “lock in” the search for future monitoring of that topic. You can also click "Reset All" if you want to reset your search and start from scratch.
REVIEW YOUR SEARCH RESULTS METRICS
Without leaving your search results page, you can quickly review your topic results metrics through some very attractive charts! You can even interact with them to refine your search results or even download as images in various format types.
Coverage Overtime: Review, download, or even print your coverage metrics by clicking on the arrow icon to select various image and data formats and even print your graph!
Get a clearer view of the metrics by zooming the graph in/out. You can do so by interacting with the gray scroll bar.
Sentiment and Media Type Breakdown: You also have the ability to quickly interact, download image and data, and even print the breakdown of Sentiment and Media type results.
Click on any item to filter them out of your search results. It will automatically show as [filtered] as seen in the screenshot below. Click the item again to add it back in!
You have the option to further refine your search results through various filter options! Click here to know more.