Ever come across a news or information article only to discover that the facts are all wrong? Don't let that be your article. If you represent something as a fact, be certain you have confirmed the information with more than one source.
Do your research and do it well. Check, double check, and then check again.
Letting misinformation slide even once can damage your web writing reputation. More importantly, misinformation can be potentially dangerous to your readers.
Before you submit that article you just wrote, be sure you have done your research. Readers will trust you more and you know you are only putting the actual truth out there.
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