Enter “settings” on your Boost the News panel and choose “change password”.
Don’t worry, it happens to everybody. On the login page, choose the option “forgot my password”.
If you encounter problems with your Boost the News account and can’t find the answer on this page, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
At the moment, Boost the News is on free Beta.
It’s simple: enter “search” on your Boost the News panel, insert the keyword you are looking for, and Boost the News will find news recently published on the topic.
We are constantly working on improving Boost the News. If you believe we missed an article you were looking for, please send us a link to the article and we will see what could have caused the problem.
Boost the News gives you not only results of recently published articles on the topic you have requested, but also an estimate of how many people are actually reading it. It does so by calculating the popularity of the service on which the article was published, and the popularity of the article in comparison to other articles on the website.
Enter “monitor” on your Boost the News panel, insert the keyword you wish to monitor, and Boost the News will alert you every time a new article on this keyword is published. You receive alerts on new articles by mail, and can see the results of your monitoring on your Boost the News panel.
Yes. At any moment you can edit, replace or delete your monitored keywords.
Yes. You get three keywords when you open your Boost the News account. To monitor more keywords, invite friends to join Boost the News using the link available the “monitor” section of your Boost the News panel. For every friend who joins Boost the News, you get two more keywords for monitoring (up to 20 keywords).
Alerts on new keywords arrive to the e-mail address you have set when opening your Boost the News account.