You can include reference sources for the editor for different purposes:
So that the editor can be documented on the content that needs to be written. You can include them in the "planning" once you select the date for the content and enter the title/topic of the content and the specific indications. In "See more options" you will find the section "Information Sources". To make this more clear, in "Specific instruction for this content" you can detail how you want the editor to use the sources:
"Suggested": to be used if considered appropriate.
"Mandatory use”: to be used by the editor as documentation. You can let the editor know if you only want these to be used or if they can use other they consider valuable.
"Rewriting”: reference sources for the rewriting of certain content.
It is advisable to include reference sources for "writing style" so that the author can extract the way of communication you want for your content. For example, if you already have certain contents published on your blog, you can indicate one or two reading references so that the author can see your writing style. You can include these sources in section "Style and Structure" of the Briefing.
You can also indicate how old the sources used can be. For example, if the article is about innovation, that the sources are no older than three months, etc.
We also accept reference sources in English for content writing.
When we deliver the content, all the sources you provided for the editor will be included at the end of the text. This way you can check the origin of the information used to write it.