Super Searchers Make It on Their Own: Top Independent Information Professionals Share Their Secrets for Starting and Running a Research Business / Edition 1by Suzanne Sabroski
Pub. Date: 06/28/2002
Publisher: Information Today, Inc.
Offering the advice, insights, experiences, and encouragement would-be Internet entrepreneurs need to establish a successful independent research business, this book provides an insider's view of Internet businesses and their unique services. Eleven entrepreneurial super searchers representing a broad range of topic specialties and business focuses are interviewed. Also discussed are the details for getting started, developing a niche, finding clients, doing the research, networking with peers, and staying well informed about Web resources and technologies.
Author Biography: Suzanne Sabroski is principal of Sabroski & Associates, a firm providing general research and writing support to business professionals. She has written for Searcher magazine and has worked as a corporate librarian. She lives in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Table of Contents
Foreword by Reva Basch,
Mary Ellen Bates Business Research for Business Professionals,
Thomas M. Culbert Aviation Expert,
Jodi Gregory Healthcare Industry Monitoring,
Martin Goffman Intellectual Property and Patents,
Lynn Peterson The Craft of Public Records,
Mark Goldstein Civic Entrepreneur,
Chris Dobson Serving Corporate Libraries,
Crystal Sharp Canadian Business Information,
Margaret Metcalf Carr Value-Added Research,
Chris Sherman Search Engine Analyst,
Amelia Kassel Online Information Expert,
Appendix: Referenced Sites and Sources,
About the Author,
About the Editor,
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