Source Evaluation

You’re only as good as your sources.  This is a good rule of thumb for analysts who, like journalists and investigators, may have to rely on other people, companies or databases for information or leads.

Ever wonder about the websites that provide free public information?   For some, it’s probably a good idea to only trust them about as far as you can throw them.   Others, found to be reliable and credible, can be trustworthy and a critical to research.

Curious, I did some of my own due diligence on, a website that kept appearing in my search result.

Check out a sample of what I found.

Source Eval

Got questions about a source? Don’t have time for background research? Let me know, I can help.

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