We have rounded up the most popular posts of 2011 so you can catch up on anything you missed from the past year.  We didn’t quite get the 1,000,000,000,000 (one trillion) videos playbacks that YouTube got in 2011, but nonetheless…

1Mouli Cohen

Seems like Mouli Cohen has a lot of friends (or enemies).  After having the most popular post in 2010, our updates on the Mouli Cohen trial and subsequent conviction were far and away the most popular posts on this site.  If you haven’t had a chance to read through them, it’s worth the read:

2Can a Private Investigator Get Bank Records?

It is a question we get constantly. People always seemed surprised when they find out the answer, but would you want somebody pulling your bank records without your permission?

3Can a Private Investigator Get Phone Records?

While getting bank records might be the more popular question, getting phone records is a close second.

4Three Things Angry Birds Can Teach You About a Private Investigator

You didn’t think Angry Birds could help you appreciate some of the nuances of a private investigator?

5What Baseball Can Teach You About a Background Check

The national pastime, Bill James and Seth Godin provided the inspiration for this…

66 Tips to Search Google Like An Expert

Google is a phenomenally powerful tool, but only if you know how to use it.

7What Children Can Teach a Private Investigator

Children give you all the inspiration you need, if you just know where to look for it.

8The Anatomy of an Asset Investigation

With the economy going the way it has the last couple of years, it’s no surprise that people are looking to conduct asset investigations.

9Using a Private Investigator to Find a Person or Witness

Using a private investigator to find someone is probably your last resort, but we have provided some helpful tips to consider.

10A Private Detectives Approach to Intelligence Gathering

With the help of John Telford at Buzz Machine Studios, we created a great infographic on how we gather intelligence (the infographic alone is worth the click).

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