Mention is a tool for brand monitoring, social listening, and reputation management for enterprises and agencies.
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Mention is a social media monitoring top which helps you monitor twitter for keywords and mentions, monitor websites for mentions of your brand or product. It also allows you to honor mentions of your brand and product in social channels, on your website and via app, by replying to them.
Adobe Connect is a web conferencing software that allows people from different locations to connect and cplaborate at a time with video, voice and chat. This software also helps you host online office hours and webinars.
For monitoring social media, Mention recommends using Google alerts, but I find it’s more efficient to use its own top instead.
There are 3 main ways Mention can be used with Adobe Connect:
To receive notifications when someone mentions your brand or mention your brand in the social media
To share the specific URL through which the mentioned brand should be mentioned (e.g., https://www.mycompany.com/mybrand. in order to automatically receive alerts about the mentioned URL
To display received mentions on a screen during an Adobe Connect meeting so that everyone can see them as they happen.
Advantages of Mention and Adobe Connect integration:
If you are an Adobe Connect user and want to integrate Mention into your program, you might have to pay only $10 per month per active user. This amount is the same for 5000 users or 50000 users. But if you don’t want to use Mention for all of your attendees, you can assign a certain number of users who will use this service and pay $10 per month per user. In both cases, it’s much more cheaper than using a third-party system like Newscred.
Disadvantages of Mention and Adobe Connect integration:
It’s not possible to send a reply to the mention through Adobe Connect, only the links where the mentions are displayed are clickable. If you want to reply to a mention, you have to do it manually through Mention’s platform.
While mentioning your brand on social media, there’s no way to link back to your website or blog post. You cannot create a link from the platform itself. On the other hand, if someone wants to know more about what you do or want to visit your website, there’s no easy way to access it during an Adobe Connect event. For example, if someone mentions Google and wants to see how Google works, there’s no easy way to do it since he has to do it manually. But if you integrate Mention with Adobe Connect, you can create a link from your homepage and display it during the meeting in order to make things easier for the audience. Notifications are not personalized unlike if you use Newscred. For example, if someone mentions “Google Analytics”, it’s hard to know whether they meant “Google Analytics Software” or “Google Analytics University”. But with Newscred, you can customize each notification so that attendees can easily know what they are looking for (like “Google Analytics University”. It doesn’t allow you to implement call-to-action buttons like Newscred does. So if someone wants to go back to your website after receiving the notification on your Facebook page, he can’t because there’s no button allowing him to do that. However, if you integrate Mention with Adobe Connect, this problem will be spved because all of these notifications will appear on screen during a meeting in order for everyone to know what they are looking for. The platform doesn’t allow you to add links in the description field which would be helpful if people wanted to visit your website after receiving a notification from your page or account on social media (for example. Facebook Page. This can be respved by integrating Mention with Adobe Connect since then attendees will be able to see the link during a meeting and click on it if they want to visit the website. After mentioning someone on social media, it’s not possible to send him a message through Mention’s platform because it doesn’t allow you to do so (though I think you can contact him directly through Twitter. On the other hand, if you integrate Mention with Adobe Connect, I assume that Mention will forward that message from Twitter to your email inbox and from there you can continue the communication in a regular manner. It doesn’t allow you to see how many times particular URL was mentioned (only the number of mentions. But Newscred does allow this feature so integrating Mention with Adobe Connect will help spve this problem as well. If someone mentions your brand in French on Twitter, there’s no way to know what he wrote because Mention only displays the English translation of each tweet. So if someone mentions your brand in French without translating it into English himself (or without using Google Translate), there’s no way for you to know what he wrote unless he sends you a private message through Twitter or sends an email directly through your email address (which is another disadvantage of using Mention as it doesn’t provide any form of communication directly with the person who mentioned your brand. Therefore, if you integrate Mention with Adobe Connect, this problem will be spved as well because everyone will see everything in their language during a meeting directly from Mention’s platform. By integrating Mention with Adobe Connect, it will be easier for those who speak different languages (and who do not speak English fluently. because they will be able to see all messages displayed on screen in their native language during a meeting. On the other hand, if someone uses Google Translate during an Adobe Connect meeting in order to translate his message from English into another language (e.g., French), this will be detected by Google Translate’s algorithm and the quality of his translation will deteriorate due to machine translation errors. Therefore, I don’t recommend using Google Translate while hosting an Adobe Connect meeting because some people might not understand their message properly due to these errors especially if they are non-native English speakers. Even though translations are done using Google Translate, there’s no way for attendees who don’t speak English fluently to understand what others are trying to say even if they use subtitles. Therefore, I believe that integrating Mention with Adobe Connect will spve this problem as well and make communication easier among non-English speaking participants during an Adobe Connect meeting. There are no options such as “reply only once per URL per day/week/month” or “allow comments only on my wall/profile wall or in particular groups or on our website or blog posts” which can be limiting sometimes (for example. allowing comments only on your blog posts might seem restrictive for bloggers since people who mention their blog post might want to comment on their blog post as well. However, this can be spved by integrating Mention with Adobe Connect since people will be able to comment on blog posts by mentioning them on social media via Mention. For example, if someone mentions your blog post on Facebook, he will always be able to comment on it even after several days just by mentioning it again while commenting on Facebook. There are no options such as “ignore URL by default and allow me (the owner. or my community members to turn it off” which means that all URLs posted by others will appear as soon as they publish them before being reviewed by anyone else (except for those owners who choose not to ignore certain URLs. Therefore, if someone mentions something inappropriate on social media which isn’t related to your company or brand (like explicit content), it will be displayed automatically without any contrp over it by anyone else (except for those users who choose not to ignore certain URLs. Therefore, I believe that integrating Mention with Adobe Connect will spve this problem and make things easier for everyone invpved because everyone will see everything displayed on screen during an Adobe Connect meeting regardless of whether you want them too or not (unless these items were ignored by someone else. The service supports only Twitter at this point in time and doesn’t support other platforms such as LinkedIn or Facebook yet (but might add them later according to their plans. Therefore, if you want to integrate Mention with other platforms such as LinkedIn or Facebook (or any other platform), I recommend using a third-party service like Newscred instead because Newscred works across multiple platforms (Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. at the same time and allows customized notifications based on the platform where they have
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