I was crafting an instructional post focused on how to re-purpose content from other sources, and how to correctly credit other sources for that content. The net effect of which is to provide useful information to your visitors, without stealing search traffic or misidentifying yourself as the creator of that content. It also voids the penalties that occur when Google determines that content is duplicative.
That’s when I came across the “How to Cite Sources & Not Steal People’s Content on the Internet” article written by Corey Eridon on Hubspot. It walks readers through a variety of common scenarios where content is commonly re-posted and how to best indicate that it was created elsewhere. And what better to demonstrate an effective way of re-posting content than to do it.