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Should You Write On Multiple Platforms?

What is duplicate content anyway? And what to do if someone copies you.

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Let’s start with the short answer and then build it out:

Whether you should post on many platforms depends on the purpose of your writing and if you are posting the same article in many places or different, original articles in many places.




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Jyssica Schwartz

Jyssica Schwartz

Entrepreneur, writer, editor, book coach, cat lover, weirdo, optimist. Author of “Write. Get Paid. Repeat.” & “Concept to Conclusion.” jyssicaschwartz.com

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