ARTICLE RETRIEVAL SERVICES

 

Need to get a quick copy of an article from a newspaper, magazine, or professional journal? Get in touch with XooxleAnswers for all your article retrieval needs.

For a surprisingly affordable price — starting at just $25 — XooxleAnswers will locate the article you need, and provide you an electronic copy of the full article with text and images, if available, or a plain-text version of the article.

XA has access to hundreds of specialized datasources, and can find articles from last week or last century. We can search newspapers, magazines, scientific and academic journals.

We will even conduct on-site research at the Library of Congress, if the situation calls for it.

Our coverage is broader than any single data source. We can find more than you could possibly retrieve from a single source such as Lexis-Nexis, Factiva, Proquest, Dialog, Questia, the New York Times archives, or any one of dozens of other high-priced databases.

Prices start at $25 for articles from mainstream publications from the past ten years.

Older articles, articles from more obscure sources, or articles for which you have only a partial citation are available at a higher rate, depending on the difficulty of the search.

If we don’t find your article, there is no charge!

Contact us today and let us know what you are looking for — include as much citation information as you have available (publication title, author, date, title, publication volume/number, etc). We will get back to you promptly with a no-obligation quote for your search.

We look forward to assisting you.

David Sarokin

About XooxleAnswers

XooxleAnswers is a professional online research service handling a wide array of topics. Our diverse team of researchers can tackle your projects in business, legal, medical, academic and personal research. XooxleAnswers is headed by David Sarokin, a well-known expert in internet research, and a former researcher with Google Answers. Find out more about how XooxleAnswers can help you with your research needs.