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By Andrew Grave


Continuing his review of, Andrew Grave tries out the different methods of searching the 36,000 sources from nearly 200 countries in 28 languages, now including Thai and Vietnamese. Twitter feeds, blogs and message boards are a new addition for 2012, offering a valuable supplement to the more traditional content.

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Andrew is the owner of Research Counts Ltd which provides training and support to corporate information teams.

He began his information career at the business support agency Business Link, in London. He then joined the UK’s sixth largest accountancy firm, BDO, where he worked for 11 years. His work there spanned competitive intelligence, vendor management and research and analysis.

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