There are a few ways to include original content from yourself or your friends on your paper. Do you have a blog or website where you post your content first, or would you like to add your content directly to your paper?
If you have a blog or website with an RSS feed, you can add that RSS feed as a content source so that your new posts are automatically fetched and added to your paper. You can add your friends' blogs or websites using the same method.
Alternatively, if you regularly tweet links to your articles, you can add your Twitter account as a content source.
If your blog or website does not have an RSS feed and you do not promote your work on Twitter, you may still add your content to your paper manually using our bookmarklet.
Additionally, if you would like to upload content you haven't already posted to the web somewhere, you may still add your content via Google Docs.
And if you find your competitors' work on your paper, you can delete the article and then blacklist the site or contributor to ensure their work is not featured in your paper again in the future.
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