Forums Watcher is an innovative forum search engine, message tracking and instant alerts system designed to provide relevant information quickly and efficiently while ensuring you never miss an important forum thread.
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Description: Forums Watcher is an innovative forum search engine, message tracking and instant alerts system designed to provide relevant information quickly and efficiently while ensuring you never miss an important forum thread no matter where or when it is posted.
Forums Watcher brings the most targeted audience closer to the boards, by being a search engine only for boards and by supplying a categorized and highly effective searching and browsing experience to users.
Forums Watcher can be used in a number of ways:
- As a search engine in the 'traditional' sense. All the information in our database is from forum threads only; all extraneous text on a page is excluded by default which allows user to return even more relevant results without the 'spam'.
- You can pre-define search terms and preferences and Forums Watcher will notify you as soon as a thread matching your search term is posted on any of the thousands of forums we track.
- Corporate users can arm their sales and marketing staff with Forums Watcher to give them essential business intelligence.
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