Online can also be further segregated into web 1.0 and web 2.0 where the former emphasizes content consumption (such as on a news website), while the latter provides more opportunities for user engagement and individual content generation (e.g. social media and blogs)
This will vary depending on the tool being used for media monitoring
If the default “All” web search is highlighted in Google it willbe searching anything online, not just content Google classifies as “News” resulting in largely useless results for our purposes, or an error message.
To better understand Google URL hacking check out: https://moz.com/blog/the-ultimate-guide-to-the-google-search-parameters
There are other methods for getting the Google results intoa local file such as browser extensions, using Google’s API or custom scripts that parse the html code and make the content readable, but they are beyond the scope of this guide.
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