I have come across some great tips from a magazine article. Since these aren't my original ideas, should I just mention the magazine at the end of the Hub? Or is this a good idea?
If you're going to quote directly from the magazine then you have to give credit where credit is due. If you're going to paraphrase then you should also give credit to the original author of the ideas.
That's what I meant - is it enough to just mention the magazine at the end of the Hub, or do people write a whole hub on tips from an article. I wouldn't not give credit.
It just seems weird when it's none of my original ideas, but it's good stuff. Oh well, just thinking.
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