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I'd like to subscribe to all questions that mention our product / brand across some stack exchange sites (or even across the whole network).

Unfortunately, when running a search at, although there are questions that mention our products in the titles, the they have not been tagged with the names, so I can't just subscribe to a tag.

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Maybe you could use favourites but that would be a bit clumsy. – Benoit Nov 8 '11 at 10:56

I don't know of a way to subscribe to all those questions but I know a search query that may help you find the posts that mention your product.

I can show you an example in the Android tag. In this example I want to find every post that contains the term droidfu.

Here is the query I use.

[android] title:droidfu body:droidfu

This will search every post in the Android tag for questions that have droidfu in their title and body.

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It's not constructing the query that's the problem. It's receiving notifications when new results are posted. – rjmunro Nov 8 '11 at 15:16
I'm aware of that. I was just trying to show you an available option. – Octavian Damiean Nov 8 '11 at 15:18

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