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Click on a number for information about a section of a typical GRC document. Explanations on this page match numbers. Scroll or page down for first explanation. Click on any one of file tabs above for more explanation of how to use this page.
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GRC online document:

Locations / Left-hand column of listings from the GRC database.

Location identities are arranged in alphabetical order; therefore you scroll down the column to find the place of interest that you searched for.

Location data suppliers registered with the GRC are offered the opportunity to arrange for a link to a website with location data or profile, or to contact data you can use to request a location package. We (who we are) offer free assistance in the event that you search, but do not find the location you want listed or if there is no link. We assist by publishing a listing for a place of interest you request. We will also temporarily establish a link or send you an email to explain what reason we have for not doing so.

Note that many location identities are published in The Network outside of the GRC. For examples see the American Management Association, New York, NY listed as a business resource and Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN listed for its Online Writing Lab as a general reference in the Enterprise and Economic Development Library. It's easy to find location listings no matter where they are since .network resources are organized for you to search for them. Try copying and pasting one of the above examples to the GRC search tool. In other words, search to see how easy it is.

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GRC online document:

Contacts / Two right-hand column of listings from the GRC database.

GRC documents are organized with by location names as explained above; therefore, you should page search for information in the two right-hand columns.

One column lists the the names of people who are mission contacts using their given names or nicknames and surnames by which they are best know, e.g., Bob Glover --no prefix or suffix titles. You can search for a surname (e.g., Glover) or a combination of two or three words that make up a name.

Stop and send a priority email in the event that you do not readily find what you want. Explain what you searched for but did not find. (instructions)

A second column lists contact organizations. Notes are added. For example, real estate services not identified in a name may be added as a notation. A specific resource available through a .network website may be noted along with an organization listing.

Contacts registered with the GRC database are offered the opportunity to link directly to places online where you can find out how to get directly in touch with them.

Organizations can arrange for links directly to their websites

Request a temporary link if one is not shown or there is a problem. The service of responding to your request receives personal attention and is free. (instructions)

CLICK HERE for information about how contacts make arrangements for links.

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GRC online document:

Search / The recommended Global Registry of Contacts search tool:


GRC SEARCH:
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Additional search tools are available for you to move outside .network websites to query the Web. For example, see the Google/.network search engine. The directory of search resources offered through The Network is www.findmehere.com/main.htm.
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GRC Search Tool has pull-down menus with settings as follows:

phrase / case-sensitive / 10 items per search results page

You can change the settings.

The case-sensitive setting is helpful when searching for terms that have upper and lower case letters. Unless you actually need to include symbols, such as asterisks, or non-alphanumeric characters, avoid their use. For example, copy and paste the phrase enterprise development & site selection resources. After obtaining search results, change the ampersand to the word and. Search again after making the change.

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GRC online document:

Geographic area of location listings.

Note that the example GRC document identifies North America as the area in which the places listed are located. For suggestions for searching various areas, CLICK HERE.

The page title, Global Registry of Contacts, above the area identification is linked to a list of terms defined in the Enterprise and Economic Development Glossary.

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.network documents:

Useful links in the top-right section of online GRC documents.

The .network logo is typically linked to Introduction to The Network.

The green search button is linked to a search tool (example) or search tools directory (example). The one at the top of this page is linked to the example directory.

An about-this-page button is available in the top-right section of the typical GRC document. On most other .network documents, about-this-page is a file tab.

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.network page header:

Many documents of The Network show the page header, enterprise & economic development. In most cases it is linked to a definition in the Enterprise & Economic Development Glossary. Access the definition and you will see a glossary page header which is typically linked to a couple of search tools. Enterprise & Economic Development Library is another page header. Global Registry of Contacts is a sub-header at the top of this page where it is linked to a list of useful glossary terms

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.network online documents (bottom of the page)

Economic Development Services, Inc. identifies who we are at the bottom of our webpages along with a date stamp and a copyright statement. The EDS name is linked to information about how to get in touch with us. CLICK HERE for a brief outline of events that explain the relationship between EDS and the .network websites.

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A layout of a typical GRC online document is shown at the top of this page. Seven sections are numbered and linked so that you can page down for explanations. Scroll up from here to run through the explanations in reverse order. Each explanation number in a red circle is linked to jump you to the top of the page. Explanations show linked text for expanding informational content. Access definitions of selected GRC terms below.

The file tabs you see at the top of this page are used throughout The Network. Four of the tabs are normally linked to user guides as is the case with the following layout.
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Click on a file tab to access a .network user guide:

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Links to definitions of Global Registry of Contacts / GRC terms:

contact directory core user group .network mission
GRC GRC database GRC+
GRC search location data location identity
location profile mission contacts mission participants
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Column lists locations in alphabetical order.

GO BACK and scroll or page search to find exactly what you searched for.

Location listings should show links:

Links are typically to webpages with so called location profiles or to webpages that contain information that is typically published in a location profile.

No link: Providing you a temporary link to information about a place of interest is a free service. You do not need to provide your identity or other personal information to make a request. Simply send a priority email, beginning its subject line with the initial A followed by a colon (A:). After the colon type the location identity of the place you are interested in. Provide the identity of the location where you are in the body of your email. Send your email request to edn@sitelocationassistance.com

Broken link: Take the same action described in the above paragraph

Place of interest not listed: Take the same action described above.

Are you in position to supply information about a location?

See the definition of location data supplier. Users of The Network who qualify as mission contacts available to supply information of interest to mission participants can arrange for long-term links that remain published for 12 or more months (DETAILS)

page up for a Global Registry of Contacts page guide.

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Columns list .network mission contacts.

Definition of mission contacts. People are listed in the left-hand column. Organizations are listed in the right-hand column. Listings are published by location.

GO BACK and scroll or page search to find exactly what you searched for or go to the top of this page for a Global Registry of Contacts document guide.

Columns should show links:

A listing of a person should show a link to contact data, personal profile, or an explanation. A listing of an organization may also link to contact data or information about its operations. And, it may be followed by one or more linked notations about resources or services offered that are of interest to core users of The Network.

No link: We (who we are) offer to publish, as a free service, a temporary link to information that you want to move on to. You do not need to provide your identity or other personal information to make a request. Simply send a priority email, beginning its subject line with the initial A followed by a colon (A:). After the colon type the identity of the location where you are. Provide a brief explanation of what you want in the body of your email and include the URL address string for the GRC webpage in question. Send your email request to edn@sitelocationassistance.com

Broken link: Take the same action described in the above paragraph

Contact you are interested in not listed: Take the same action described above.

Do you qualify to be a .network mission contact?

See our mission statement and definition of resource and service providers.

CLICK HERE if interested in a free listing in GRC database.

CLICK HERE if interested in arranging for one or more long-term links

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(given name) Robert (nickname: Bob) Glover (surname)

CLICK HERE for listing in the Global Registry of Contacts

CLICK HERE for a copy of Bob Glover's business card online

Bob Glover is the way this person introduces himself when networking amicably

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