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- Wherever possible, The Blueprint relies on first-person reviews of software products so consumers can read about the pros and cons from someone who has experienced it directly. Our writers and experts have decades of experience combined and are well known not only for their software proficiency, but also for their ability to share their knowledge through writing clearly, thoroughly, and with a bit of humor.
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We can assure you that writers for The Blueprint have been carefully chosen based on their expertise and their ability to separate great products from bad products. That’s why our editorial opinions and reviews are ours alone and aren’t inspired, endorsed, or sponsored by an advertiser.
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