Market Overview Joins Professional Social Media Site Crunchbase to Dispel Scam Rumors


The driving records website hopes to have more contact points for customers and businesses.

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) February 28, 2013 is trying to expand their contact points and has joined the professional social media site Crunchbase, company officials said.

“We want to make sure that there are many ways for customers and potential business partners to be able to get in touch with our company and see what we are doing,” a company representative said. “Crunchbase is becoming increasingly important online, so sharing our company and contact details there just makes sense for us.”

The company has been in the process of expanding their social media presence for several months, company officials said. Recently they have launched a company blog, set up a Facebook page, and started a Twitter account.

“The more we put ourselves out there in interactive social media sites, the more chances people have of getting in touch with us when they need to,” the representative said. “It also gives people a broader sense of our company and our mission than a simple website does. It's the way people do business in 2013.”

The company said that they are currently seeking out additional social media contact points and will join other sites when they sense a need.

“The types of social media sites people are going to use to engage with companies is constantly shifting,” the representative said. “Today, Crunchbase makes sense. In six months, there may be an even more important social media network that we haven't even heard of yet.”


The driving records search provides instant information that details a person's driving history of violations, suspension and more. With thousands of satisfied customers, is a trusted source for driving record reports. customer service can be reached through a 24/7 online chat and the toll free number 1-877-888-0889.

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