At this point you should have a wide variety of information and references laid out in
front of you for your various topics and tidalwave traffic review.
As mentioned in the beginning of this report, you need to be very careful that you do not merely “rewrite” any of your sources.
Listen, I’m not a lawyer, so if you want to discuss this further, I suggest you chat with
your own attorney about this topic. However, the point I want to make is that merely
“rewriting” someone else’s content does NOT keep you safe from the long arm of the
law. Example: Think “derivative works” here. If I wrote a story about a
boy wizard named Larry Cotter, you can bet J.K. Rowling’s attorneys
would descend on me like vultures on a carcass. No, I didn’t name
the book Harry Potter. But if it’s clear that I’m using Rowling’s
work, you can bet I’ll get a cease and desist (if I’m lucky) or
I’ll get dragged into court. The reason I bring this us is because some “writers” offer the advice that all you need
to do to be safe is rewrite your source so that it “passes Copyscape” (which refers to tidalwave traffic review . But that’s not always true. You can get slapped for plagiarism even if your writing “passes Copyscape”. Sounds a bit tricky, right? And a bit hard to interpret. So that’s why I suggest you totally forget about any idea of merely “rewriting” someone else’s work. Instead, the goal of all of this research is for you to become an expert of sorts on the topic. You need to read, absorb and fully understand the topic. Because once you know the topic inside and out, then you can simply write about it off the top of your head, completely in your own words. Now, in order to get to that point, you’ll need to do two things: 1. Research multiple sources. I mentioned this earlier. But the fact is, the
more you read on your topic, the better you’ll understand this topic. You’ll
have a deeper understanding, rather than just “getting by” with enough
knowledge. 2. Take notes. By this I mean you take actual notes. You can open up a fresh
word processor and type in these notes. You can also use a tool like DragonNaturally Speaking, which converts your speech to text. Or if you like to do it
the old fashioned way, you can even take notes by hand.
Whatever you do, however, do NOT create your notes by merely copying and
pasting other people’s work. The idea here is to read your references, think
about them, and then type or write your notes in your OWN words.
You see, you’re going to create your product completely in your own words –
so you might as well start by writing your tidalwave traffic review in your own words. Plus,
writing out notes on a topic helps you remember and process this
information. And that means that you’ll gain that deeper understanding that
I talked about above. Tip: Another good way to really understand material is to
teach it to someone else. So if you’re not much of a note
taker, no problem. Just sit a friend down and “teach”
this person all about the topic. Be sure to encourage
your friend to ask questions, because this will help you
discover the gaps in your research. As you’re taking notes, I want you to really THINK about the topic. As you do
so, take notes about other things you could include in your product, such as:
Examples to help clarify complex concepts. These are your
OWN examples, not examples you read anywhere else.
Stories to make the content more memorable. You can tell
a story about yourself, you can tell a story about a fictional
character, you can even tell a well-known story (such as a Bible
parable or a storyline from a movie) to help clarify a concept or
even make a point.
Just don’t tell the same stories you read somewhere else.
Instead, think for yourself – what kind of story could you tell to
help drive your point home? Example: If you’re creating a weight loss
report, then you might retell the well-known
story of the “Tortoise and the Hare.” Then you
can tie story this into weight loss, saying
that “slow and steady wins the race” when it
comes to dieting, too.