Raj AnandChief Lantern at Goodman Lantern

What tools do you use for research at work?

The majority of users start their research on use search engines. 95% of the times we started with Google.com, although the process of copy-pasting the data from Google to Excel and then finding other related data like email was challenging. So we built https://www.goodmanlantern.com/g.... I'm trying to work out what other productivity tools exist for research at work?
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    Think with Google

    Put Google research and insight behind your thinking.

    Ayush MittalHead Of Digital Communications · Written
    We do a lot of startup research spanning across digital verticals and we definitely exploit Google research tools. Think with Google helps us to explore insights, trends and research in digital marketing, especially consumer behaviour and trends. Following are the subs - 1. Google shopping insights - explore trends and popularity of products 2. Customer journey - how marketing channels influence the purchase decision 3. Consumer barometer - how people use the Internet across the world. 4. Correlate - find search patterns
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    Google Trends
    Ayush MittalHead Of Digital Communications · Written
    Google Trends helps us when we have to look beyond digital marketing. We also have weekly subscriptions for different topics set in Google Trends.
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    Eithiriel DeMeréHead of Community @ Source.Network · Written
    Search companies and investors to effortlessly create actionable lists of leads.
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    Eithiriel DeMeréHead of Community @ Source.Network · Written
    Wolfram|Alpha introduces a fundamentally new way to get knowledge and answers— not by searching the web, but by doing dynamic computations based on a vast collection of built-in data, algorithms, and methods.
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    Abhilash JainCustomer Success / Growth · Written
    great resource for research, crowdsourced, updated regularly and free :)