CyberAlert Announces IntelliClips

Jun 11, 2004


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CyberAlert, Inc., a media monitoring and press clipping service, has launched IntelliClips XL, a news monitoring service that is designed to deliver only the news stories in which the client's key words are prominently featured and automatically delete news clips that contain only passing reference to the company. CyberAlert monitors online news media, Web message boards, and UseNet news groups for consumer insight about companies, products, issues, and trends. The IntelliClips XL service also enables clients to limit and select the online news sources to be monitored by country, language, industry category, and even specific publication title.

The IntelliClips XL service includes Boolean searches with unlimited key terms, customized to the needs of each client. Clients can also choose the frequency of delivery for their IntelliClips--either once per day, overnight delivery before start of business, or frequently throughout the business day. The IntelliClips XL service includes "Digital Clip Book," a service of CyberAlert that stores clips in a central database accessed through a password-protected Web site with built-in search engine. The digital clip storage enables IntelliClips subscribers to sort, search, distribute, and manage news clips. IntelliClips XL is a subscription service with no per clip fees.
(www.cyberalert.com; www.cyberalert.com/intelliclips.html)