Elsevier Guide: Get Noticed, Disseminate Your Research Better

Free Guide from Elsevier Publishing

Getting noticed today means using the abundant online and social media tools available to better disseminate your research findings and publications to a wider audience of researchers. As a result, not only will your research become more visible, but you will also attain more readers, increase citations, build a stronger reputation and expand your professional network with researchers. Efforts you make online today will make you stronger offline tomorrow.

For Elsevier’s short accessible guide which covers all publishing routes from journals to Twitter click here to download the PDF.

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