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The Best Ways to Avoid Plagiarism and Ethically Steal Other People’s #Content

Technology hasn’t changed anything. We’re still adapting each other’s work and ideas to fit our own brand and personality. We’re learning from both the success and failures of those that have gone before us. And we’re making new discoveries by building on certain proven elements.

Some call it stealing, but artists call it being inspired.

In the digital marketing era, there are several ways we can use this artistic concept to build on existing ideas. When you embrace this workflow, you’ll find it much easier to create new content and avoid burnout.

Want to find out how to ethically “steal” other people’s ideas? Aaron Agius has written an excellent article called How to (Ethically) Steal Other People’s Content on Hubspot Blog.

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