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In such cases, it’s best to tell your family and friends to avoid interpreting individual studies and follow more authoritative advice.
Ahrefs, BuzzSumo, and Hootsuite are other awesome tools to research hot topics and authoritative blogs, as they display real-time data on their referring industries, traffic value, and the number of shares they get for their posts.
Because this data usually comes from the government or another authoritative source, pitching these stories to publishers is often easier because you don’t face the same hurdles regarding proving accuracy and authoritativeness.
Health groups will no longer be recommended, as “it’s crucial that people get their health information from authoritative sources,” the company said.
Last week, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that the company was partnering with Reuters and the National Election Pool to provide authoritative information about the results of the election.
The information will be featured in the Voting Information Center, a hub on Facebook that provides users with information from authoritative sources.
Who can help smiling at this combination of pompous authoritativeness and wretched short-sightedness?
It was the first time in his five years of office that one of his congregants had suggested such authoritativeness on his part.
GHETTO COMEDIESISRAEL ZANGWILL
There was likewise nothing startling in Bacons view of the Fathers, and their knowledge and authoritativeness.
Authoritativeness is characteristic of His mode of teaching.
MODERN SKEPTICISMC. J. ELLICOTT

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