can I use third-party content in my blog post?

Yes, you can use third-party content with proper credit, it can save you prom copyright issues to some extent but still the content will be duplicated and Google doesn't index and give value to duplicate content. So its better to use unique and informative content for all the blogs to transfer more SEO value to the website...
 
Yes, you can use third-party content for fair purposes with credit, but ensure compliance with copyright laws.
 
Yes, you can use third-party content with proper credit, it can save you prom copyright issues to some extent but still the content will be duplicated and Google doesn't index and give value to duplicate content. So its better to use unique and informative content for all the blogs to transfer more SEO value to the website...
Basically, I write about a television show and its story is already described on the official website, so can I use the story as is?
 
Yes, you can incorporate third party content into your blog post for fair use as long as it's attributed properly, adds value and doesn’t breach copyrights or intellectual property rights.
 
Yes, you can use third-party content. If you credit the source there will be no issue.
 
Of course, You can use third party content if you have a proper credit.
 
Yes, you may post third part content if you mentioned the source.
 
UGC? User Generated Content? Yes of course. You can even refer it as that in a URL link attribute that I suspect adds a little bit of authority, but YMMV
 
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