When Google released its Alerts tool back in 2003, there was a lot of celebrating. Instead of waiting for weeks for Google to crawl through the web and spit back reliable results about the changes it found, people could find out about changes in their fields within mere moments. At the time, that kind of […]Author informationJean DionSenior Journalist at InternetReputation.comJean Dion is a writer, editor, avid blogger and obsessed pet owner. She’s a senior journalist with InternetReputation.com, and writes frequently on the intersection of private indiscretion and public embarrassment. Follow her on Google+ or Twitter.TwitterGoogle+LinkedInThe post Broken Google Alerts: Here’s How to Move On by @jeanmariedion appeared first on Search Engine Journal.