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Stop rewriting what everyone else has written

While researching for a personal finance post I came across the same advice, phrased in slightly different ways on maybe a couple dozen blogs and websites. Since I wasn’t exactly in the position to follow the advice to the letter, I tried it by skipping a step. And guess what happened? I got the desired results without needing to follow what is heavily inferred to be that crucial first step.

What does that mean?

It means that good research for writing is not just doing a quick search, picking the most effective keywords and rehashing the same information. Continue Reading