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MKT 301: Eichler

Citing Sources in Professional Reports

The majority of the writing in this class is based on online research, and will be presented in a clear succinct format, different from an academic style of writing. Therefore, citing sources in APA, MLA, or Chicago style is not necessary. 

It is important to state where you found information supporting these professional reports, and a link to the source and its title (in case the link is broken) is usually sufficient so the reader can follow up if more information or clarification is desired.

Use an active endnote format. This is a preferred method of electronic business communications. Numeric endnotes are less distracting to the reader and allows your paper to flow without cluttering up the page.

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