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Write, I Must

How Self-Plagiarism Can Kill Your Writing Brand and Stifle New Voices

Originality is paramount

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Writing is a highly competitive market. Sometimes you’re even competing with yourself. Void of fresh ideas, you may be tempted to dig into your archives. We all do it, and it’s not necessarily wrong.

I often siphon through old articles to see if a light bulb goes off.

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On finding great ideas, overcoming hurdles, and digitally publishing.

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