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Media insights - about your company and the world around you

Infomedia helps companies and organizations achieve greater success through the intelligent use of data, new digital technologies, and deep insight into media and communication.

Our offerings

People, comprehensive data, and advanced technology are the ingredients in our solutions. We offer what it takes to navigate a complex media landscape. Locally, regionally, and globally.

Use cases

Media monitoring
is valuable for everyone

Media monitoring and analyses has traditionally served the needs of PR and communications professionals. However, media monitoring can provide business opportunities beyond the scope of PR and communications and be useful to many other departments.

Here you can read more about how media monitoring and media data create value for various departments within a company or organization.

PR and Communication Managers need to stay on top of the news in order to keep management and the board informed about critical matters in the media. Their work therefore requires monitoring, analyzing, and optimizing their communication and reputation. They may also need to identify media organizations and journalists who write about certain topics or find relevant stakeholders – not just locally, regionally, and nationally, but also internationally, and often across print, web, social media, TV, radio, and podcast media.

PR and Communication professionals also increasingly need to monitor mentions on the deep web and the dark web. This is especially due to increasing digitization and globalization, which means that mentions or stories which start digitally or on social media can spread to other media groups at an unprecedented rate.

In small and medium-sized companies, marketing managers are usually responsible for both digital and social channels as well as PR and Communication. They need to understand markets, target groups, and media to learn which content and messages work and which do not.

Keeping track of company, product, and campaign mentions is a must for marketing, and why a media monitoring solution is invaluable. The marketing department needs tools to listen to social media mentions and conversations, which provides insight into how their target audience perceives the company and its products.

Intelligent use of media monitoring offers great potential for business development and sales.

For example, if you are a company that offers cleaning solutions to large companies and organizations, you can monitor particular words that indicate new sales opportunities. These might include the construction of new company headquarters, public institutions, and so on.

The sales manager can thus receive summaries of new contact opportunities and identify potential sales ahead of the competition. Monitoring mentions of your key customers in the media can help you stay one step ahead in your communication with them.

Media monitoring is essential for enabling management to monitor reputation, manage market communication, manage internal communication, prevent crises and navigate through crises when they arise.

The aim is to identify the most important strategic agendas, key people, core messages and to monitor their mentions across media, countries, regions, brands, and business entities. Far from all the daily media coverage is of interest to the management and board of directors. But when the publicity is either particularly good or bad, interest increases significantly.

Designing and developing the best products on the market requires an overview of trends among the target groups, an overview of new technology within production methods, and much more.

This also requires an overview of their competitors’ and new market players’ activities. Global monitoring of keywords, such as competitors’ products and specific keywords for the industry in editorial media as well as on social media, is therefore invaluable for research and trend spotting.

Media monitoring and communication analysis can help HR managers understand changes in the company’s reputation and thus the ability to attract talent. But the potential of media monitoring is far greater than this.

Media monitoring can be useful for identifying hard-to-find talents within particular specialist areas. By monitoring media, blogs, forums, and social media for specific keywords, HR may be able to find the needle in the haystack more effectively than any recruitment agency. Those responsible for recruitment can also use media monitoring to fact-check new employees and their reputation in previous jobs.

For agencies and consultants, it’s essential to always be in touch with the clients and understand their challenges in day-to-day work.

By monitoring keywords, spokespersons, and themes across various media channels, consultants can identify changes in the market and pick up on relevant cases or debates in the media. This allows advice and strategies to be continuously adapted, increasing quality and customer satisfaction.

In the public sector, communication takes place and is measured by slightly different premises than in the business world. Public trust is essential to operations, and the ability to measure that trust is nearly equally important.

Through media monitoring, public organizations can keep track of what’s being said and written about them and adapt their communication and policies according to the needs and concerns of the public. It is also a valuable tool in the event of a crisis; with a media monitoring solution in place, public organizations can handle situations and communication faster and more effectively.

Media Monitoring

We always spot your mentions. Every day. Minute by minute









The broadest monitoring

We offer the broadest coverage of the entire media landscape. Across print, web, social, radio and television. In the Nordic countries and across the world.

The deepest coverage

Our media coverage goes deep, covering everything down to the smallest detail. Even behind paywalls. Giving you a complete overview, every day. Minute by minute.

The best precision

In creating bespoke media monitoring using advanced search algorithms. This provides you with both a high degree of flexibility and a high level of precision.


Download our e-book on valuable media monitoring for the entire organization

The right insights at the right time can be worth their weight in gold. With media monitoring, companies and organizations can minimize their risks, nurture their reputation, spot key emerging trends, measure their communications, and grow their business.

Download our e-book and learn how media monitoring can be used strategically to create value throughout your organization.

Media Analysis & Insights

Our media analysis gives you valuable insights into your business and the world around you

We provide businesses and organizations with valuable insights into their mentions, reputation, competitors and more using extensive media data and experienced analysts.

Digital platforms

Leading technologies for
social media management and analysis


Social Media Management


Hootsuite collects all activity on social media in one bespoke dashboard.
Read more about Hootsuite

Social Media Listening


Talkwalker monitors and analyzes all your activity on social media.
Read more about Talkwalker

Employee Advocacy


Amplify makes it easy for your colleagues to share company postings across social media.
Read more about Amplify
Nordic media archives

Dive into the largest media archives in The Nordics

Infomedia’s media archives are the largest online-based archives for media research. Here you find historical news from all Nordic media. Such as, who said what and when?


Award-winning solutions

We are particularly pleased when our solutions are recognized for their results. Here is an overview of Infomedia solutions that have been awarded for the impact they create.

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Media monitoring
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