How to increase the reach and impact of your published work


There are a number of quick wins for published authors that both journal publishers and academic societies encourage authors to use:

1. Update your staff page on your institution’s website
2. Add your article details to your LinkedIn profile. Click here for our posts on LinkedIn
3. Add your article link to your profile on research sharing sites you use such as Mendeley, Research Gate or Academia.edu Click here for our posts on academic social networks
4. Use your Google Scholar profile to track citations
5. Highlight the key points of your research on your blog. Click here for more posts on how to set up a blog
6. Tweet about your publication. Click here for our posts on Twitter

Here’s what the journal publishers suggest. Click on the name of the publisher to take you to their resources:-
Elsevier

Nature

Taylor and Francis

Sage

Springer

Oxford University Press

Wiley

Cambridge University Press

JISC

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