New Search Engine Allows You to Follow Conversations on Your Niche
There is a new search engine, named Same point, that allows you to search for and follow conversations on your niches. Of course I keyed in the term baby boomer. Can you guess what came up? Is your site in the conversation?
Also, this search engine provides allows you to do a tweet directly from the site. That is super good.
And yes, I am following Same point and you can too.
I am not going to talk any more about this site but invite you to explore on your own. It’s great fun, fantastic for social networking, and a great baby boomer business resource.
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WOW! Thanks Rosie!
That’s a fascinating new site and, yes, I did find Feisty Side of Fifty on page three under “baby boomer women.” Now that I know this, I’ll strive to move it up the ranks–looks like a great resource.
How do you always come up with the latest and greatest?
Rosie, thanks for introducing us to another tool for fine tuning our time in the blogosphere. I appreciate it!
I have heard mention on Twitter about Same Point, but didn’t know what they were talking about. I will check it out when I return in a week or so.
Thank you for the clarification.
Great information, Rosie. This sounds like Google Alerts, only better. I’m off to visit the site right now.
I found out about Samepoint from a google alert I have on my name and blogs. If any of you don’t have a google alert yet, please consider doing one. Not only on your name and blog site but titles of articles you have written also.
Glad it was helpful, I am enjoying it.
Thank you for telling your network about samepoint. I am glad you are finding it useful. You did a great job in explaining our service. Big thank you!
Co-Founder | Samepoint.com
Darren, it is a fun and fact filled site worthy of mention.Keep up the great work!
Wow! What a fun site! Thanks Rosie! I used it to search for my own particular items of interest and yes – they were there.
Where do you find this stuff? I’m so glad I have you to keep me up to date with the latest and greatest tools on the internet!
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