What social media are monitored by Scup?

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Defining the strategy of what you want to be collected is more important than registering search keywords. In Scup Ideas, there are a number of search strategy posts on how to avoid monitoring collecting unwanted items.

Another equally important point is to pay attention to the search logic of each social media.

That said, I will specify each social media that Scup monitors and report what the platform collects in each one.

Twitter

Search: All keyword mentions on Twitter are collected. Results found on Twitter are collected.

Direct Messages: Direct Messages to a Twitter user pre-registered to Scup.

User: All mentions of a Twitter user are collected.

Mentions: All mentions of a specific user pre-registered to Scup are collected.

 

Googleplus

Search: All public posts made available by Googleplus API are collected.

Pages: Posts and comments made on a specific page are collected.

Blogs and News searches

Blogs and news mentions that have the keyword are collected.

Facebook

Private messages: All messages sent to a page previously registered to Scup are collected.

Page Wall: All wall posts, as well as post comments and photos are collected. Posts and comments from public events and open groups are also collected.

Post comments and shares: This search type is used to monitor a specific post. Either from your page, a third party’s page, or a dark post.

Youtube

Search: Videos that have the keyword in the title and/or description are collected.

Comments search: All comments from a specific video.

User: All videos inserted on a specific user’s channel are collected.

Flickr

Search: Photos that have the keyword in the title and/or description. Works with Flickr’s own search.

WordPress

Feed: All posts from a specific blog through your RSS Feed.

RSS

Feed: Updates of any website that has an RSS Feed.

Slideshare

Search: Presentations and documents with registered keywords.

Vimeo

Search: Videos that have the keyword in the title and/or description are collected.

User: All videos on a specific user’s channel are collected.

Foursquare

Tips: All registered venue ID comments.

Instagram

Place: Photos posted from a specific chosen location will be collected.

User Profile: Images posted and comments made via the specified profile.

Tags: Photos that have registered search tags are collected.