Consolidate and share insights with our new Weekly Digests

May 18, 2023

Written by Benedict Nicholson

Here at NewsWhip, a big focus of what we’re building is to allow our users to always be aware of what’s going on, even when they’re not logged into the platform. Sometimes, that involves receiving alerts as soon as a story is published, or as soon as it’s predicted to reach a certain threshold, which you can do with our real-time and predictive alerts. 

We’re also aware that sometimes what’s required is to be able to step back and get a bird’s eye view of the bigger picture, which is why today we’re adding Weekly Digests to our suite of available alerts.

What are the benefits of Weekly Digests?

Optimize your reporting: We understand that daily reports can be too frequent for busy teams. Weekly digests offer a succinct summary of the week’s crucial stories and trends – an ideal solution for executive briefings and strategic conversations.

Prevent alert fatigue: We know that daily alerts for certain searches can be overwhelming and lead to important information being overlooked. Weekly digests can prioritize quality over quantity where needed, ensuring you only receive the most relevant insights.

Automate wider awareness: We recognize the need for efficiency and greater reach in your reporting. Weekly digests enable you to automate the delivery of a consolidated weekly view, allowing you and your wider team to keep a confident eye on competitors and critical topics.

Each Weekly Digest email will include the top 12 posts or articles of the week for the search the scheduled alert was created for, and is available for all networks just like any other scheduled alert. This includes Web, Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube.

Want to learn more about how you can up your media monitoring game with NewsWhip? Get in touch with us here to find out.

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In addition to leading the NewsWhip Research Center in New York, Benedict Nicholson manages partnerships with internationally recognized media outlets furthering data journalism, which includes NewsWhip’s Data for Democracy program. Benedict also facilitates consultations with communicators from the top 10 public relations agencies across America and Europe and with Fortune 500 brands to discuss consumer engagement trends and effective media monitoring. Email Benedict via

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