How do I give credit within my hub?
I have written several papers and would like to make them hubs...do I just add the sources at the end of the post or somewhere else? Also, there are citation within the paper is that okay? Will it turn readers off?
You can add the sources anywhere but at the end seems to be better for the readers...add a capsule called bibliography or sources...Citations within a hub is ok it wont turn users off if it is a small part ,but dont add citations to a whole paragraph
Some of my best scoring hubs have citations in them. What I did is I put the bibliography below the comments so it was set up like this.
Text (citation) Text (Citation) etc.
That way, I was still citing my work, but it was not a distraction if people wanted to comment.
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