Our editorial team wants to help you promote Advances in Clinical and Experimental Medicine through numerous channels. We have provided a selection of support materials in PDF and JPEG formats to print instantly or share online on your social media, websites or library communication:
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What do we do to promote your article?
1. All articles are immediately available worldwide under an open access license, giving them maximum visibility.
2. Indexing databases receive article information to increase readership and citations. We collaborate with PubMed, and many more.
3. Metadata and other information is passed on to partnering organizations, including CrossRef, ORCID and Publons.
4. The latest research is communicated via social media platforms (e.g., Facebook and Twitter).
What can you do to promote your article?
1. Share your article on various social networks, such as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Mendeley. The articles can be shared directly from our website, using special plugins.
2. Share the article link directly with your colleagues and peers in your field.
3. Add a link to your article in your email signature.
4. Set up your profile on academic research-sharing platforms, such as ResearchGate, Academia.edu or Google Scholar, and add a short lay summary of your article.
5. Register an ORCID author identifier and add the article information to your profile.
6. Deposit your article to repositories (such as any run by your university) to make your research more discoverable.
7. Update your personal and institutional websites by adding the title and a link of your article.
8. Present your publication at conferences in the form of a presentation or a poster.
9. Blog about your research.
10. Produce a video abstract giving a brief introduction to your article.
11. Ask your institution or society to post your paper on their social media accounts, and include a story about your paper in their newsletters.
12. Find a Wikipedia page on a topic related to your article, and add a reference to your paper.