In my academic years, the best definition of research for me was to simply Google the desired topic and copy paste the first or at most a part of second link. And there you go! What I required was ready to be submitted. I didn’t have the slightest flavor of embarrassment as I never got a tag of copy cat. Simple assignments were pretty well done, however there came a time of my final research work and I got to hear about plagiarism; a novel term altogether, when Googled revealed the repercussions and lack of professionalism attributed to it.
This was a wide eye opener and I giving a huge sigh; since I am not a back slider, got all geared up for doing the actual research works i.e. re-search. The legitimate word in its true essence means lots of content search over a wide range of articles, reviews and God knows how many white papers, reading them all, carefully filtering the needed ones with required references and then finally producing an original write-up. Over and over reading for understanding the topic and its magnitude finally enabled me to get my head right and become outclass online researcher.
Likewise goes for me now when I am taking up client end projects. Justifying myself as an online researcher or original creative writer which I am claiming through my proposals; I without any further bragging have to ensure that the write-up or projects I deliver are all full of uniqueness and flair required by my client. Sorry guys, no short cut to be an amazing online researcher! Honest and reliable work demands careful and attentive research over the internet, not just from a single link but lots of search engines, link after link and even e-books or videos. Wherever and whatsoever gives you high quality content for your final deliverable is by far the most reliable and acceptable one. Try it and your will never regret it.