Research question

@mjsdls (1840)
United States
February 10, 2007 12:32am CST
What are the best ways to get the best results out of your research. What kind of question do you ask yourself while doing research on a product service or anything. I need extreme help on how to do effective research. This is one of my weak points in my writing good copy.
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• United States
10 Feb 07
Research is the hardest master unless you already know about the subject. I read the research and write what makes sense to me. I Actually look for other words to take the place of the ( big words) which requires more research, but is more readable. Also I don't search for hours, I may look at 3-4 sites and compare the information and go from there.
@xParanoiax (6997)
• United States
10 Feb 07
Just typing in any possible keyword that could relate to a subject til you find something seems to help me loads. ANY keyword. You'd be surprised how many excellent results came from a weird word I didn;t think anyone'd use as a tag for their page on the subject. I kinda..obsess..while researching, I'll keep at it weeks straight til I find something, 'cause I know if I keep at it long enough I will find something. Another good point I learned was that depending on the subject, different results can give you clues as to what to search for next for good information. Everything's relevant..another thing to remember is you gotta crossreference everything..use logic to sort out what you think's the best result out of the bunch..because just taking the first webpage you see and looking no further's a recipe for disaster.
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