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By Marcy Phelps

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If you're like me, your email inbox is full of offers for free webinars. Recently one caught my attention. It was called 'Finding People Information: Free Sources and Web 2.0', offered by Donna Fryer of Global Information Research & Retrieval, LLC...

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Marcy Phelps is the owner of Phelps Research, a provider of business research, analysis, and training. Marcy is a contributing editor for FreePint's FUMSI and the author of Research on Main Street: Using the Web to Find Local Business and Market Information. A past-president of the Association of Independent Information Professionals and the current chair of SLA's Advertising and Marketing Division, Marcy earned her Master's degree in Library and Information Services from the University of Denver.

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