Today there are literally thousands of public record and public information sources accessible by anyone with a computer and web access. However, where are they and which sites are useful? For the online researcher, recognizing the advantages of these sources can be challenging. The Manual to Online Public Records will assist you in how and where to search for public records and public information.
Highlights of this book include:
Discover hard-to-find public information through the advanced use of search engines and social networks.
Learn insider secrets for finding detailed information on people and businesses.
Access detailed state-by-state profiles to know which types of records can be found online and what they reveal.
Locate the best vendors for your specific needs.
Includes a chapter dedicated to the fundamentals of searching public records online.
Regardless if you use public records for decision-making, on the job or if you are a casual searcher - this book will help you improve your skills searching public records.
Paperback, 640 pages
Facts on Demand Press
Table of Contents:
Chapter 1: Public Record Fundamentals and Online Evaluation Techniques
Chapter 2: Using Search Engines For Locating Public Information
Chapter 3: Researching Social Networks
Chapter 4: Resources and Search Tips by Topic
Chapter 5: Online Public Record Database Vendors
Chapter 6: State and Local Government Online Sources
Chapter 7: Searching Federal Court Records