With the Reverse Article Search APP you have at any time an up-to-date overview of all urls on the web on which your articles have been (partially) copied.
There are two types of users. The administrator has access to all information and can have settings adjusted. The user only has access to the information determined by the administrator.
If you want to contact the administrator, go to the profile tab. His or her name is there under the Account column. Are you an administrator yourself and do you want to know how everything works? Click here for more info.
With the filters you can decide for yourself what you want to see. There are seven filters, which we explain here:
- Search. A free search field for entering an article or website;
- Newswire. Select all or a specific newswire or publication;
- Publication dates. Select the lowest and highest publication date. To quickly select a period, you can also use the ‘fast’ filter at the top right;
- IPTC. Select the first IPTC category listed. The app itself determines what the IPTC could be if it is not included in the article;
- Match%. Select the minimum match percentage;
- Countries and regions. Select a country, continent, or region. If you have specified preferred countries, use the ‘my countries’ option to select them.
- Categories. Select a category. Your choices are: clients, non clients, prospects, pending and infringers.
How to use the profile tab
This tab contains the information about you and the your business. You get to see the information we have about you and your business.
You can also view which countries are associated with your user profile. If you also want to have access to a specific set of countries, please contact us.
General settings, connected users and active newswires/publications are only visible to administrators.
How to use the “Article report” tab
The tab “Text report” contains all Alerts found online, based on individual articles.
You can see the following data for each article: Number of Alerts, Average Match percentage, Title, original IDstring, Newswire, Publication date, IPTC code, Country and Category.
Click on the download button, and you get a download of your selection. With the forward button, you can sent a mail with the selection to another person.
By clicking on an article, you can see all Alerts identified online.
How to use the “Alert report” tab
The tab “Alert report” contains all Alerts found online, based on individual Articles.
You see the following data for each Alert: Website of the Alert, URL of the Alert, IDstring of original article, Title of original article, Match percentage, Newswire, Publication date, IPTC code and Category.
Click on the download button, and you get a download of your selection. If you click on the forward button, you can sent a mail with the selection to another person.
By clicking on an Alert, you can see a live view of the URL of the Alert. In purple markings you see what part of the Alert is matching with the article.
Switching between the the original and the Alert of an article can be done by clicking on “text-url”. Click here to find out more about matching and Alerts.
What is an Alert?
Every article we encounter is compared with the original article via an one-on-one check. If the compared article exceeds the similarity percentage you’ve entered, there is a match. We provide you with a live view of every Alert we find. This live view shows you not only the actual webpage including the content, but it also highlights the exact matchpercentage with your original Article. This allows you to see at a glance how your copyrights are reused.
How to use the “Domain report” tab
The tab “Domain report” contains the Websites were Alerts were found online.
For each Domain you see the following data : URL of the Domain, Organization behind the Domain, Category, Country, Number of Alerts on the Domain and the Average Match percentage of Alerts on that Domain.
How to use the “Organization report” tab
The tab “Organization report” contains the Business were Alerts were found online.
You can see the following data for each Organization : Name of the Organization , Category, Country, Number of Alerts for that Organization and the Average Match percentage of Alerts for that Organzation.
How to use the “Filter report” tab
With the filter report tab you have the following insights: feed, iptc, category and country. The insights are based on your current filter settings.
How to use the “Takedown report” tab
The Takedown tab can only be viewed and used by administrators. On this tab domains and child Alerts with a similarity of at least 90 percent with the original article can be selected for a takedown procedure.
Frequently asked questions
I lost my password. What to do?
Go to the login page and Click on “Forgot your password?”. Fill in your email address and click “Send me instructions to set a new password”. Follow the instructions in the email you received to set a new password.
I would like to receive a customized report
If this has been agreed with the administrator, you can receive a personalized report. Do you want to know more about reports? Click here
I want to know more about Alert and matching
We have a whole page on that. Click here for more info.