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Jerome Maisch - Oct 12, 2012

How to Uncover Information on the Deep Web

Iceburg in water labeled surface web above water and deep web underwater "Not having the information you need when you need it leaves you wanting. Not knowing where to look for that information leaves you powerless. In a society where information is king, none of us can afford that." - Lois Horowitz, author

“How can I ensure that I have all my bases covered, so that I don’t miss any vital piece of information?” a prospective client asked recently. He’s the head of market research for a multinational organization and feeds information on a daily basis to an internal customer base of several hundred people.

His question is one that we hear time and time again. Most managers we speak to want the simple reassurance that they won’t miss out on any information that has the potential to impact their business. Essentially what they’re looking for is a 360 degree monitoring tool that not only captures information on the surface web but can delve deeper into the invisible web and extract hard to find information.

Traditional search engines like Google, Yahoo and Bing only cover a small fraction of the web, less than 10%, which leaves a massive, untapped repository of information to be explored. The part of the internet which is not covered by search engines is called the hidden or deep web because it’s accessible only if you have the right software.

Digimind provides our customers with a gateway to the deep web, giving access to a vast well of information that is 500 times larger than the surface web available via Google. We delve into thousands of specialized databases to give you industry specific results and access to content that you simply cannot find anywhere else.

Get a free copy of our ebook today and learn how to source hard to find information on the deep web.

Written by Jerome Maisch

Marketing Manager @digimindci. Passionate about big data & social marketing. Photography, music and hiking lover