How and where do you normally include references and citations when you publish your articles?
Do you list them at the bottom of your article? Within each text capsule?
You can do a sort of bibliography at the end. This is quite common with researched work. You can also add to the work as you write. Any decent article on the internet will show you how. It is also quite easy to google the Harvard System, one of the more popular methods. Much Love.
I include most of mine directly in the sentence by highlighting the pertinent phrase, word or sentence and then clicking on the link button and inserting the link directly in the text.
You can also have a link capsule and add them there but I prefer to do them as I go. However HPs (Google) doesn't like some websites so, they may ask you to remove them, they have a word for it . . . let me think . . . oh yeah it's called . . . CENSORSHIP.
You may remember when Google declared that ONLY they were able to discern the truth and any websites or links that didn't fall into their omnipotent paradigm of the truth gets the ax.
So be prepared to delete your links if Google doesn't like them.
within each sentence. the exact same way somethgblue said in his/her 1st paragraph.
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