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Writing unique content each time sounds like a monumental task, but it's not so if you know where to look for sources. The thing is "unique content" doesn't mean you're writing on a whole new topic that no one knows about or that you're sharing new information no one has heard of. "Unique" means your own view of the topic you're writing about.
If you're writing to give your opinion on the newest diet plan, or you're writing a review for the latest blockbuster movie, it will be unique content when published because these are your own views. Citing or crediting sources and quoting related articles on your post doesn't make it less unique.
There is such a thing as tone and point of view when writing. There are also several angles you can look from when writing. I can write several articles on how to lose belly fat: I can write one article about losing belly fat after pregnancy, another article on losing belly fat through a five-minute fitness routine, and losing belly fat by eating the right food.
You can see that these articles are about losing belly fat, but they are still talking about different things. The topic is the same but the main idea of each article is different.
Content Curation helps a lot in writing good, quality articles for your website. Here
is a list of content curation tools that can help you.
Hope that helps. Have a good day!