Talk:Music law

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Hey. Not sure where I am supposed to note any further ideas/ corrections to your article, but I would try and break everything up a bit. Adding sections would help with readability and comprehension especially if a person is choosing to surf the web and they want to know about a particular aspect of the Music law. Also, adding some sources would definitely make this article more thorough. Good luck! It is coming along nicely! Julietabulie (talk) 03:06, 5 April 2011 (UTC)

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I've had a chance to review your additions to the Music law article. It looks you may need assistance with creating inline citations, along with a reference grouping. Briefly explained, articles on Wikipedia are based on sources. Some people that are unfamiliar with Wikipedia guidelines, tend to write an article first, then hope they can find sources later that will support the content that they have written. This is truly putting the horse before the cart and in the end, causes the majority of the backlog on Wikipedia. All articles require significant coverage in reliable sources that are independent of the subject. This is provided through inline citations. A general rule of thumb is to include at least one source per paragraph, along with a source for any content that is challenged or likely to be challenged, as well as a citation for all quotations. All article content must be verifiable and presented through inline citations. The links provided here should be able to offer some guidance. Another helpful guideline on citing sources can be found here. Please let me know if you have any questions.

A reference grouping can be created by adding the following directly below the article. Once placed, all citations properly formatted will be presented below the References section heading.

== References ==
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Again, please let me know if you have any questions. I can be reached here, on either one of our talk pages, or through email. Best regards, Cind.amuse 17:49, 20 April 2011 (UTC)