Sifting through Information

There is an enormous amount of information floating around cyberspace these days. Anyone who can use a computer can sign up for a free webpage and publish their thoughts on the internet. This can be good in some cases and bad in others. It is good when someone publishes relevant information that others can find useful, but it is bad when someone publishes useless information that causes people to waste time. Yes reading some people's random thoughts can be amusing at times and a form of entainment along the lines of reality TV, but over time, good information will be harder to find because bad information is being published at a much faster rate. Search engines like Google have tried to help with tools and research that help you find the "best" pages the fastest, but now there are programs anyone can buy to help increase the popularity of their webpage. Relevant, reliable, information is valuable, and I will do my best to provide it. Hopefully this site will make it easier for you to sift through the gigabytes of info to find the gems that you are looking for. Next week I will be publishing a series called "Internet Suckers." The series will highlight ways to protect yourself, your identity and your hard earned money from self-proclaimed "experts and gurus."

  1. How internet marketers prey on unsuspecting victims
  2. Don't take the bait - phishing for personal information
  3. How to avoid marketing scams

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