My second hub I am still working on. The title is,”Benefits of Technology can be helpful like the Technology Benefits of Industrial Revolution.’
The title may change. The article lists both the positives and negatives of technology and how it relates to technology of Industrial Revolution. I discovered a book that talks about this in a certain perspective. I need time to research this new material I found. To be honest, from what I read so far, I might change the whole topic.
My question, please, how do I list references in the article? Do I use the format of MLA, APA or Chicago?
Many Hubbers choose to use footnotes, but as psycheskinner mentioned, we don't have a specific style that we require on HubPages. Just keep your references neat and professional-looking and you'll be doing great.
I always use APA just because that's what I am most familiar with. I would like to know the answer to this question too.
Hubpages does not have an assigned style guide for references. Do it however you prefer.
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