According to some old Bible verse, you reap what you sow. Alternatively, you can hop over your neighbour’s fence and reap the crap out of their tasty, tasty harvest. They sow, you reap. Everybody wins!
It’s Evil Week at Lifehacker, which means we’re looking into less-than-seemly methods for getting shit done. We like to think we’re shedding light on these tactics as a way to help you do the opposite, but if you are, in fact, evil, you might find this week unironically helpful. That’s up to you.
It's Evil Week at Lifehacker, which means we're looking into less-than-seemly methods for getting things done. We like to think we're shedding light on these tactics as a way to help you do the opposite, but if you are, in fact, evil, you might find this week unironically helpful. That's up to you.
The infographic below was put together by the essay writing service Essay Tigers - who should clearly be called Essay Hyenas. It explains how to find online success by shamelessly pilfering the hard work and creativity of others.
There are tips for site structure, average post length, writing techniques and even self-plagiarism. The key is to steal ideas rather than actual content. That way it's very hard for anyone to pursue you legally.
Needless to say, anyone who attempts to copy Lifehacker will be hunted down and mercilessly flogged with warm lettuce. You have been warned.
[Via Essay Tigers]