On average, there are nearly two billion internet users globally, visiting more than eight million new web pages. Do you know what people are reading about your clients’brands?
Our specialist Web Content Watch service monitors potential infringements against your clients’ brands on the internet to ensure their rights remain protected online:
Tracking billions of websites around the world for your clients.
Build the correct search strings to look in the right places.
Share findings with client IP teams and business partners to ensure a swift response.
CONTINUOUS INTERNET WATCH
Worldwide coverage across the internet, monitoring all gTLDs and available ccTLDs. New extensions and IDNs are automatically included in the watch as they are introduced. Non-Latin script domain names (exact matches only) are also covered via punycodes.
Coverage of websites hosted around the world with online translation for many languages. We use search engines, filters and indexes for the most comprehensive results.
HUMAN LOGIC AND POWERFUL ONLINE FILTERING
Our specialists will ensure that the most relevant results are included, based on recommendations. Thereafter you will have the capability to search results by name, report date, Whois record, site traffic, country and site type through our web interface.
Recommendations on how best to tailor search strings to meet your clients’ requirements. We will help you build a watch relevant to their needs, cutting down on unnecessary noise.
Whois records (where available) of the relevant domain names.
Reports are e-mailed once a month and can be accessed by you or your clients at any time through our web interface.
Personalised client support from a dedicated account manager.
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