does cutbot cut it?

Tell us which Cutbot services you’d like to try out and we'll be back in touch to set up a free trial for you. We’ll also be happy to meet up or chat through how to get the most out of that trial account. Discounts are available for charities, small businesses, agencies, and the public sector.
Our online media monitoring scans over 1.7 million articles a week for you from around the world, from newspapers, magazines and broadcaster websites to blogs and organisations.
Our public affairs monitoring currently covers the Scottish Government and the Scottish Parliament, with Whitehall, Westminster and the other devolved bodies coming soon.







stay informed

public affairs monitoring

parliamentsJust as it matters if your organisation is mentioned in the media, so it matters if ministers or parliamentarians discuss your sector or your organisation, and we’ll make sure you stay informed about these public institutions.

Our public affairs service monitors the work of the Scottish Parliament, the Scottish Government, and Westminster. We scan everything they publish online, including every publication, every word spoken in the Chamber, every motion and every question. We can even alert you when motions you particularly care about attract new signatures. The licences for this data are much more flexible, too, so we can show relevant excerpts of the content we find for you as part of concise briefings.

We also monitor key stakeholders (such as the FSB, trade unions, NGOs, thinktanks etc), and in the longer term will add the other devolved bodies, the EU institutions and eventually other national parliaments and institutions.

We launched this service in September 2013, and run an ongoing free sample of the service: drop us an email either to see what that looks like or to try a free bespoke trial. An example of those briefings is available here. Testimonials from existing clients are also available on request.

Discounts are also available for charities, small businesses, agencies, and the public sector.

Header image under Creative Commons licenses from Chris Yiu and Herry Lawford.