What are some benefits citation and using references in reports? Should this be used on HP also?
If you write anything with the help of a number of resources, it is always beneficial to use citations and references for the following reasons:
1.It elevates the originality of your article.
2.It saves you from the charge of plagiarism.
3.It helps the reader to have links with the sources referred to and thereby widen his knowledge.
4.It enhances the scope of your article as a source of knowledge and reference.
Relevant,(sometimes partly edited) quotations can add weight to your writing. Keep them to a minimum, unless you're planning to write a biography about someone in particular, who we'll know better for your writing.
by Melissa A Smith 11 days ago
I really want to speak to the editor that wrote this but there doesn't seem to be any way to contact them. I submitted an article for the niche site and I was just told "please incorporate sources at the bottom of your article for facts/stats that aren't commonly found." I would like to...
by Olivia Philips 6 months ago
Hi Hubbers,I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my article 12 Super Benefits of Grapefruit for Health. What can I do to improve? Thanks!
by Stacie L 10 months ago
Has anyone had requests to use your full name and permission to cite your article for their paper before?
by Arun Dev 3 years ago
Can anyone tell me how to add citation on a hub?Thanks
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