Your control center for every crisis
Media and public interest, social media posts, and media influencers — all in a single, comprehensive view.
Create your own Crisis Dashboard on NewsWhip Spike
NewsWhip Spike is the only real-time media monitoring platform that comms teams use to predict the stories and topics that will matter in the hours ahead.
Crisis Dashboard provides the world’s most complete and real-time view of any crisis or event.
Visualize Public Engagement
View the trajectory of a crisis timeline in real time
An interactive timeline reveals precise, up-to-the-minute media and public interest in a crisis. Click on any point in the graph to uncover public engagement drivers.
Get real-time insights into public engagement with stories relating to your crisis so you can understand its importance.
View media output as new stories are published relating to your crisis, and dive into which articles are driving engagement.
Contextualize the crisis
Find social conversations so you can understand public perception
Add context to your decision-making with reactions and discussion across five major social networks, including communities in Reddit.
Identify media influencers driving public engagement in any crisis
Discover which journalists writing about the issue are driving public engagement.
Quickly identify the journalists and publications that are driving engagement with the public, so you can understand where the crisis is unfolding.
Features that give you insight into what matters
NewsWhip Spike predicts public engagement so you can focus on the content that will matter in the hours ahead.
Receive alerts about new articles and social media posts in as little as 90 seconds so you never miss an important story.
Navigate a crisis with confidence
“From the biggest PR crisis to a small communications hiccup, NewsWhip’s real-time news data gives us the ability to provide our clients with stronger and faster counsel.”
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