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The "who" of a web site can tell you a lot about how valuable the site might be.
Try to find out who is responsible for the web site. Where does the site originate from? Is the originator a reliable source? Were you referred to this resource through another trusted Internet resource?
Look for an "About This Page" or "About This Company / Organization" link. Or, look at headers, footers, and the URL to see who is producing or sponsoring the document. Your first clue is in the Internet address, itself. All addresses or URL's contain a subdivision called the "domain". The domain is the last part of the address, after the final "dot".
The large majority of domains will be one of the following: