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In order to establish notability for the purposes of Wikipedia, articles need to include references that demonstrate sustained non-trivial coverage in reliable sources that are independent of the subject. For guidance on referencing for Wikipedia, see Help:Referencing for beginners. If you need additional help, feel free to ask here or at my talk page.

Referencing 2Edit
There are multiple ways to include references in an article, but probably the easiest and most common is to use: <ref>REFERENCE HERE</ref>. So for example when you type this:
Johnny told the devil "you son of a gun, I'm the best there's ever been."<ref>The Devil went down to Georgia. (1979) Charlie Daniels. ''Epic Records''.</ref>
What you get is this:

Johnny told the devil "you son of a gun, I'm the best there's ever been."[1]

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  1. ^ The Devil went down to Georgia. (1979) Charlie Daniels. Epic Records.
Also, you may want to look over guidance at Help:Referencing for beginners.
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Johnny told the devil "you son of a gun, I'm the best there's ever been."<ref>The Devil went down to Georgia. (1979) Charlie Daniels. ''Epic Records''.</ref> They engaged in a fiddle playing contest which Johnny Won.<ref>The Devil went down to Georgia. (1979) Charlie Daniels. ''Epic Records''.</ref> The story was later told in a popular song by Charlie Daniels.<ref>The Devil went down to Georgia. (1979) Charlie Daniels. ''Epic Records''.</ref> 

Which gives you this:

Johnny told the devil "you son of a gun, I'm the best there's ever been."[1] They engaged in a fiddle playing contest which Johnny Won.[2] The story was later told in a popular song by Charlie Daniels.[3]

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  1. ^ The Devil went down to Georgia. (1979) Charlie Daniels. Epic Records.
  2. ^ The Devil went down to Georgia. (1979) Charlie Daniels. Epic Records.
  3. ^ The Devil went down to Georgia. (1979) Charlie Daniels. Epic Records.

But instead of repeating the reference, you name it like this, and just repeat the name with a "/":

Johnny told the devil "you son of a gun, I'm the best there's ever been."<ref name="Daniels">The Devil went down to Georgia. (1979) Charlie Daniels. ''Epic Records''.</ref> They engaged in a fiddle playing contest which Johnny Won.<ref name="Daniels"/> The story was later told in a popular song by Charlie Daniels.<ref name="Daniels"/>

Which gives you this:

Johnny told the devil "you son of a gun, I'm the best there's ever been."[1] They engaged in a fiddle playing contest which Johnny Won.[1] The story was later told in a popular song by Charlie Daniels.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c The Devil went down to Georgia. (1979) Charlie Daniels. Epic Records.

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