5 Signs You Need a More Powerful Prospect Research Solution
Posted on 07-21-2018 by Lindsey Lambert

As a prospect researcher, your organization depends on your findings to inform fundraising efforts. But how do you know if your chosen prospect and donor research tool has everything you need and isn't leaving anything on the table? After all, outdated, inaccurate or incomplete prospect information... Read More

LexisNexis Sweeps Reader Rankings as Best Online Public Records Research Provider
Posted on 03-13-2018 by Lindsey Lambert

Recent reader rankings award from National Law Journal follows eight wins in 2017 LexisNexis ®, a leading global provider of information and analytics, today announced that it was recognized throughout 2017 and into 2018 as the Best Online Public Records Research Provider by various prestigious... Read More

4 Steps to Take Your Media Relationships from Not to Hot
Posted on 01-05-2018 by Alyssa Vorhees

As a PR or marketing professional, you understand how important media relationships are. But finding your perfect matches—and keeping them engaged—can be more stressful than speed dating or ‘bumbling’ along with an app. And really, can you identify Mr. or Ms. Right (IRL or among... Read More

10 Tips for Real Estate Research Efficiency
Posted on 06-28-2017 by Korinne Bressler

If you are a real estate professional, you know that having information is crucial to growing your business. Using open web can be suitable for finding on-the-surface info, but it won’t reveal the full picture that you need the most win new business, such as: exclusive contact data, market analytics... Read More

Maximize Your Time Spent on Real Estate Research
Posted on 01-20-2017 by Janelle Coates

Poor Alice. She followed a white rabbit down a hole and found herself lost. The fairy tale can be compared to research on the open web. For example, let's say your boss asks “how can we make our team more LEAN?” You start to answer and realize you’re not sure what that even means…... Read More

5 Tactics Journalists Should Use to Protect Their Credibility
Posted on 01-13-2017 by Janelle Coates

Last fall, Gallup announced that its latest polling data revealed a significant decline in the public's trust of media. The 8 percent drop brings the number of people with either a 'great deal' or a 'fair amount' of confidence in mass media to only 32 percent. This is the lowest result... Read More

Election Season Puts a Focus on Fact-Checking
Posted on 08-23-2016 by Janelle Coates

Do you have a fact-checking obsession? In today’s hyperbolic media landscape, it seems, fact-checking is de rigueur. That’s good news, according to the Poynter Institute —an organization dedicated to “the elevation of journalism.” In a recent article, Poynter pointed out... Read More

Why Journalists Need Reliable Tools for Public Records and News Research
Posted on 06-21-2016 by Janelle Coates

Like our own universe, the universe of content—books, magazines and newspapers—is expanding. More than 300,000 books are published in the U.S. annually. And on any given day, major U.S. newspapers like The Washington Post , The New York Times or The Wall Street Journal publish an average... Read More

What do Public Records and Made-for-TV Drama Have in Common?
Posted on 04-13-2016 by Janelle Coates

Last week, the hottest cable show of 2016, at least according to Nielsen ratings , drew 6.2 million viewers for its finale. By the time the dust settles—in this case, when everyone who missed the mini-series finishes streaming the show on Hulu —more than 13 million people will have watched... Read More