This article in the iResearch blog series is the last of three posts on the topic “Workflow Internet Search”.
In this small “Sub-Series” I present our current workflow for internet research. It is used every day in our team and is constantly optimized. Of course, it is also part of our training courses on the subject of Internet investigations.
In the first posts I have dealt with the topics Preparation – Order Definition – Capturing of the existing information – Finding additional keywords – Setting up & using the search plan – Using the search protocol.
At this point in the research process, the actual research work is now taking place. In our daily work, the question often arose what do we do with the search results that were recognized as relevant?