Creative Ways to Leverage Keyword Search with Rival IQ: A Training Webinar

Training Webinar

In this training webinar, Halina walks through creative ways to leverage keyword search within Rival IQ. Using search syntax, or logical filters, you’ll learn how to sift through your competitors’ social posts to identify new content opportunities and trending topics, and generate new ideas.

With so many social posts appearing in your landscapes, it can be overwhelming and difficult to understand what is really happening with each competitor on each channel around any topic. Halina will show you the many ways you can search within Rival IQ to narrow down with keywords, content, or broader topics. The search capabilities within Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and other networks vary greatly, but with this training you’ll get the details on all the possibilities.

By watching this training, you’ll learn how to:

 

In this training, Halina uses a landscape from Rival IQ Explore—a free tool that allows you to benchmark against top brands in 18 industries. As she mentions, you can easily copy the landscapes into your account by clicking the trial button on the Explore page. These landscapes won’t count against your plan, so go ahead and copy as many as you want!

This recording of “Creative Ways to Leverage Keyword Search within Rival IQ” is part of our ongoing training program. Learn more ways you can leverage Rival IQ by checking out past recordings as well as upcoming training sessions in the Rival IQ Help Center.

If you have more questions, email or tweet us!

Cassandra Schwartz

Cassandra joins us from Seattle-based Front Desk, where she was a product marketing manager focusing on product, brand, and communications needs. Prior to Front Desk, Cassandra worked for Microsoft in a number of roles, including time with Xbox working on partner engagement. Outside of work, Cassandra keeps extraordinarily active. She's active in the community and started a peer-mentoring program based in Seattle. As an avid hiker, Cassandra refuses to NOT make it to the top, no matter the obstacle. According to her son, these never-say-die Northwest hikes are a favorite way to spend time with his mom. Follow her on Twitter @cssndrlnn

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