Like most things in life, when it comes to local-level business and market information, you definitely get what you pay for. A lot can be found through the free web, but sometimes we need more.
In my book, some of the most talented researchers in the business contributed their Tips from the Pros. This tip from Monnie Nilsson is explores the intricacies of researching local politics – a topic that’s especially relevant during this election season in the U.S.
For an upcoming presentation at the Internet Librarian conference in Monterey, California, I’ve been taking a closer look at some sources of local business and market information that I’ve discovered since the publication of Research on Main Street.
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