Reports and dashboards
What’s a report
A report is a customized representation of information that is periodically sent by e-mail to 1 or more users.
What about dashboards?
A dashboard is a URL that displays a report live. You can view this report via a link and embed it in your own website or intranet.
What do I pay for reports and dashboards?
You pay our fixed fee of 90 euros per hour for discussing, preparing and changing a report or dashboard.
The article you provided to us by RSS/XML or upload.
The title of the article as you provided it to us.
The name of the company that owns the website. We generate this information based on other suppliers. No matter how careful we try to be; the info may be incorrect and is therefore not part of the agreement.
The country where the website is located or the domain is registered. We generate this information based on third parties in combination with our own algorithm. No matter how careful we try to be; the info may be incorrect and is therefore not part of the agreement between you and us. If you see an incorrect website / country combination, please let us know!
The segments or categories in which websites van be categorised: clients, non clients, prospects, infringers and pending.
We speak of a copyright infringement if an alert is at least 90 percent equal to the original, and the Alert is on a website that is not a customer of yours.
Feed (or newswire)
This is the combination of articles as you deliver them; for example per language, subject or purpose.
The (first mentioned) IPTC code/category of the article supplied by you. If you have not provided a code, the app will investigate which code fits best.
An Alert is generated on the basis of a supplied article. The Alert is on a Domain. The Domain could belong to an Organization.
The Alert has a certain similarity to the linked original article.
- The title can be (roughly) the same.
- The texts are similar.
- The copyright holder is listed on the url. This can be with the text or under an image.
You want to know more about matching and Alerts? Click here.
The url / link on which we found the Alert. That’s always a snapshot. In other words: at the time of our research, the Alert was found on this url. Of course urls can change or be removed over time.
This is the title of the Alert. This can be the same as the title of the original, but can also (slightly) differ. Infringers often change the title to prevent detection.
This is the similarity in words between Alert and the original article. Sometimes the matchpercentage is lower than in reality. In that case, our crawler is blocked by, for example, a pop-up or paywall.
This is the combination of Articles as you deliver them; for example per language, subject or purpose.
This is the date on which the Article was published according to the information you provided.
A region is an economic or academic entity of countries. Think for example of MENA. The term MENA is used to describe the region consisting of the Middle East and North Africa, largely corresponding to the Arab world, but also including some non-Arab countries which, due to their cultural, religious and political history, the region (source: wikipedia).
This is the underlying domain on which the Alert has been published.