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How to Share an Article that it will not Look like Plagiarize?

This is not my first online blogging and posting site. I learned a lot from people whom became my friends and this one I am about to share came from some of my friends online. Well, if one really loves to have to earn big bucks from views, they need to find a topic that is trending. So you will be on Google, typing the trending today topic and it will give you some articles or post from blog. You want to share them on your post, but you don't have any idea how because when you attempt to do it, you think you are just copying it.

Maybe you will copy the name, the location, the "What happen" in the article but you can write it in your own way. You can be the same with the name of the people involve or what is being talk about on that article but it will differ in a manner you talk about it. Why not imagine yourself telling a story that you heard. Just imagine that the article you read is the one that you heard and try to type it in a manner that you are transferring or sharing the story to your friends. If you include some of your opinions below and a different introduction to attack your topic, surely it makes a different sense but the same story. That is what I am doing with most of my topic. I hate plagiarizing that is why I am doing this just to earn bucks from viewing.

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momathome wrote on June 13, 2014, 10:34 AM

That's why I've stayed away, no matter how I wrote it, it would still feel too close to the original stories for me and it just makes me uncomfortable to do things like that.

Ruby3881 wrote on June 13, 2014, 10:48 AM

To be honest, what you are describe is actually a form of plagiarism. It's called "rewriting." Simply adding your own thoughts in a sentence or two after your "summary" of the news item isn't enough to qualify your post as unique content. Your own ideas should be the heart of your post, and the discussion of those ideas should take up most of the content. Otherwise you are committing the very act you so despise.

Ruby3881 wrote on June 13, 2014, 10:49 AM

Please read the rules regarding short/generic comments. On Persona Paper we are asked to keep our comments relevant to the content. Any off-topic or canned comments are considered spam.

LynLomasi wrote on June 13, 2014, 11:26 AM

Ruby3881 is correct. It's better to just post your own opinions and experiences. That way, you have no chance of plagiarizing. :)

Ohana wrote on June 14, 2014, 7:49 AM

Ruby3881 I might be the same with the name, or with other term like for example the laws they committed, the crime that had happened etc, but totally different from what is written in the article. i'll take note of your advise.

Ohana wrote on June 14, 2014, 7:51 AM

LynLomasi yes the safe way, rather than sharing a news from an article written. That is why most of my post here is on Random and Personal