How do I cite information such as pricing from a company's website?
When using APA style, your References page cites information based on where you found it. So, if you found a company's information, such as pricing, on its website, you would use that website's information on your References page.
For example, if you were writing about the cost of iPads and you consulted the Apple website to get the pricing information, your citation would use the template below:
Company Name. (Date). Title of page. Retrieved from http://...
Apple. (2017). Shop iPad. Retrieved from http://store.apple.com/us/ipad
In text citation:
Paraphrase: (Company Name, Date).
Quotation: (Company Name, Date, para. number). (Para meaning paragraph.)
For more help with APA, check out the APA Help Research Guide.
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