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4 Basic Content-Sharing Etiquette-Rules (Infographic)

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4 Basic Content-Sharing Etiquette-Rules

Synopsis All content creators and authors want their work to be shared. But, when you take too much information and content from them, it can become a problem for you and for the original author. Especially if you take credit … Continue reading

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Citation Styles: An Intro Guide for Self-Publishers

Synopsis Citing your sources is a well-respected form of professional courtesy, and also your duty as an author and publisher. You must give credit where credit is due. Therefore, when using another person’s words or ideas, citing that person’s work … Continue reading

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