If you do not copy yourself, someone else will do it for you.
The world is a competitive place and if you do not do your best to make sure that your content is the best possible, then someone else who does not care as much about quality will take over. The good news is that this process can be easy with these steps!
Do not copy. That is do not just take someone else’s work and do it your own way. This may seem like a short-cut to getting started, but do you really want to be known for copying? It will eventually come back around on you anyway as stealing content always does. Do your homework and research what has already been written about the topic so that you can expand upon established ideas or introduce new perspectives in order to entice readers with something they have never seen before. Rewrite the text until flows naturally from sentence to sentence without any awkward breaks or phrases that confuse the reader unnecessarily
Get feedback! If there are others involved then ask them their opinion of how well this sounds compared with other writing samples or send out a survey. You do not want to publish something that is poorly received by the public
Do you copy? Or do you take pride in writing original content, even if it means spending more time on research and development of your own point-of-view? If this sounds like a better way to go about things then there are a few do’s and don’ts when writing long form blog posts
Don’t write with short phrases – This may seem like a short cut to getting started but do you really want people thinking that all your writing comes from copying other authors without giving credit where due? The internet never forgets so eventually someone will stumble upon another author’s work who has been copied and call out the blogger for plagiar ism.
Don’t do anything that takes away from your writing – Don’t use font formatting (e.g., italics, bolding) because it distracts the reader and is difficult to read; do not paste in URLs or images unless you have permission since this may lead to copyright infringement lawsuits and a bad reputation for bloggers who violate these rules of ethical blogging practices
Do stuff like explain what “copy” means – Whether copying someone else’s work or simply using long-form content as an excuse to plagiarize others’ ideas, there are many reasons why people would do such things but often do not understand what they’re getting into. It might be helpful if more writers took time out of their day to figure out how other authors do what they do and learn from them
A lot of people do not know how to write a successful blog post, but it’s important that you do because writing is the best way to get your ideas out there. There are many different ways to go about this, so here are just some simple things that can help anyone succeed in their blogging endeavors
Do your research: It might be tempting for writers who lack creativity or think too little of themselves simply copy someone else’s work as if this will magically make them more famous than the person whose words they copied. But plagiarism doesn’t pay – instead, when discovered by readers or other bloggers (or better yet, before being found out), plagiarizers lose any credibility they had built up
1) Think of something interesting or inspiring
2) Write for 5 minutes without editing
3) Add images to add meaning and context
Do not copy the following:
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If you do not copy yourself, someone else will do it for you. The world is a competitive place and if you do not do your best to make sure that your content is the best possible The good news is that this process can be easy with these steps!
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