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This page will provide you with some guidelines on how to cite articles from Leadership-Central.com website for academic or other purposes. We have provided examples in both MLA and APA citation format, as they are the most commonly used citation formats. We also included an example on how we would appreciate if you would reference an article in HTML.

MLA Format

If you are required to report your citations in MLA format:

Author Name (if given). "Title of Web Page." Leadership-Central.com. Date of Publication (if given). Date of Access. URL.

For example, if you are using information from our Types of Motivation page for your research, the MLA citation would look like this:

"Types of Motivation." Leadership-Central.com. Accessed 24/11/11. http://www.leadership-central.com/types-of-motivation.html.

Note:

  1. Articles without any author named are copyrighted by Leadership-Central.com and are authored/published under that name and not the actual individual whom wrote the article.
  2. We did not include publication date on our articles therefore, simply omit to report the date of publication from your citation.

APA Format

If you are required to report your citations in APA format:

Author Name (if given). Title of Article. Retrieved date (if content is likely to change), Retrieved from (URL)

So if you are going to cite information from our Types of Motivation page, your APA citation would look like this:

Leadership-central.com, Types of Motivation. Retrieved from http://www.leadership-central.com/types-of-motivation.html.

Note:

  1. Articles without any author named are copyrighted by Leadership-Central.com and are authored/published under that name and not the actual individual whom wrote the article.
  2. We did not include publication date on our articles therefore, simply omit to report the date of publication from your citation.
  3. In the 6th edition of the publish APA citation format, it is no longer mandatory to include the retrieved date, unless the content is likely to change.

HTML Format

If you are required or prefer to provide an HTML link to one of our articles, we would appreciate it if you used the following method:

Within your article or text

This is your content and you are writing something like. I was reading this great informative article on the Types of Motivation from Leadership-Central.com and wanted to share it with you!

The HTML code would be:

<a href="http://www.leadership-central.com/types-of-motivation.html" target="_blank" title="Types of Motivation">Types of Motivation</a>

and

<a href="http://www.leadership-central.com" target="_blank" title="Leadership-Central.com">Leadership-Central.com</a>


Note:

  1. We recommend the use of target="_blank" as it will open a new window. Keeping your visitor on your site.

We thank you in advance for the citation and/or link back to the content on Leadership-Central.com, we work really hard to write and publish valuable content... for you!

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