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- Is the writer an expert on the field you are researching about? Look for page sources or footnotes to determine if the site is trust-worthy.
- A lot of sites link with other influential sites to support their information given. If you are not sure about what you have researched, always try double-checking your facts by searching for them at Yahoo or Google or Bing. The more accurate the info is, the more it appears on other sites, too.
- Always check on when the article, study or research have been published. They may be outdated, published years or probably decades ago with data that may not be true anymore today.