Small Biz Resource Tip: 48ers.com

For entrepreneurs wanting to scour the Web for what people are saying about their company or their competitor, check out 48ers.com. 48ers.com was created to help you search for what’s happening right now by searching multiple social media sites at once to give you the latest word on what you’re looking for. 

48ers.com searches conversations from all the major social networks across the web to bring back nuggets of information to help you:

  • Discover what people are saying about your company or brand
  • Find out what other people think of the TV shows you’re watching
  • Be the first to find out about breaking news stories
  • Tap into the public mood about the latest sporting events

The name 48ers comes from the first gold rush pioneers who discovered gold in 1948, not 1949. The Californian Gold Rush began on January 24, 1848 at Sutter’s Mill, in Coloma, California. Some of the earliest fortune seekers were known as the “49ers”, but the very first pioneers were known as the “48ers”. These gold-seekers uncovered nuggets of gold worth thousands of dollars. 48ers.com named their service after them because their goal is to help you find nuggets of gold from conversations across the web.

Take a few minutes to check out this cool resource!

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