As well as publishing my own material I plan and helping my clients by using my experience to filter through the junk and misleading drivel out there. I will be referring to articles, video, books and podcasts that are genuine and really do solve a problem published by people who know what they are talking about.
This process will involve me needing to “cite” many sources. This article from HubSpot is an exhaustive review of the correct methodology.
How to Cite Sources in Blog Posts & Long-Form Content Assets
Blogs are hotbeds of source attribution issues, probably just due to the sheer volume of content the format offers. Gated and long-form content assets are prone to the same attribution issues, too, but perhaps to a lesser extent since the volume is typically lower, and turnaround times longer. So let’s walk through a couple common scenarios bloggers come across and figure out how to address them — but bear in mind you can apply these attribution methods to your long-form content assets, too.