Monitoring

TRACK COVERAGE AND BUILD RELATIONSHIPS
DAILY NEWS
SOCIAL MEDIA
ANALYSES REPORTS
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Daily News

Monitoring

Know how far your story goes

Knowing who and where you are mentioned helps you asses your visibility, build better relationships with journalists and provide feedback to researchers about who is interested in their research. We monitor 300,000 news sites each day to help you keep on top of your coverage.

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Social media

Monitoring

To understand, first you need to listen

We listen to 200 billion social media conversations and tell you about the ones that are interested in you by email each day.

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Analyses Reports

Measure your impact

Find out how much impact your research has made with in-depth reports of your news coverage and tips for a deeper media engagement.

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"ARN's news monitoring reports help me track new studies published by Hiroshima university's researchers. It makes the research discovery aspect of my work easier."

- Mikas Matsuzawa, International Communications Manager, Hiroshima University

"Your advice and comments for better media engagements is one of the services I like the most."

- International Affairs Team, Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology (DGIST), Korea

Asia Research News has been a valued partner for us at Duke-NUS' communications department, proving time and again that they can deliver high quality writing with the utmost professionalism and rapid turnaround.
Duke-NUS communications department
Asia Research News has given us a great opportunity to promote our research news, offering everything from editorial support to reaching out to the global media community.
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
Asia Research News was a valuable resource for my story on gender equality in China's science industry - part of the South China Morning Post's International Women's Day 2022 series. Thank you ARN, and your extensive network of researchers, with special thanks to those who kindly helped with my exploration of why there are so few women in China’s top science institutes, and recent measures meant to bridge the gender gap.
Holly Chik - Reporter, China Desk, South China Morning Post
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Prof. Indraneil Das Universiti Malaysia Sarawak
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