No. Linking to someone else’s post and stating your thoughts on their ideas, however, is completely acceptable. A post is not a sweater or a car, but it still is valuable and legally considered intellectual property. That is why, tempting as it may seem, you should never duplicate someone else’s content on your website.
Create a blogging strategy or read my suggestions for creating safe blog posts. If you find you need someone to blog for you because deciding and writing on blog topics is difficult and time consuming, consider guest blogging, hiring a blogger, or commenting on trends relating to your business that have been in the news.
By the way, copying someone else’s blog ensures that you do not have safe blog posts on your website. To be safe, always reference any other sites or material (such as books, journals, magazines, radio shows, etc.) you may be commenting on. Editorials and commentaries are fine, plagiarism is not. You can read more about what plagiarism is and is not at Plagiarism.org. However, this piece by Ithenticate gives some great advice on how plagiarism can harm your search engine optimization (SEO) and halt your success.