Can you please link to some sources that you consulted to help you write this piece?
The above is the comment I got from the editor on my submission. Where do i place the link on my document? I need guidance.
Place authoritative, non-commercial links at the end of the article. Use anchor text and a live link.
If you have made medical/scientific claims, recommendations, or similar, you have to back them up with evidence.
Is this your blockchain article? Again, you need to cite your sources.
By the way, who is 'Lucy'?
The article is based on the knowledge I gained about blockchain in one of my online classes. I then wrote the article based on that. In this case, do I provide the link of that website?
You can look up other sources that have the same info. You just need to keep the editors happy by showing that you have researched the topic and can back up your material.
Lucy is confusing because the name appears in the summary/bio but not in the article. You could rephrase it as a question and leave the name out.
I just noticed this, "huge donations go into waist..." It's 'waste'.
Thank you for your quick response.
Lucy is just an imaginary person in the article.
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