How do people find the research published in your journal? How do you make sure the right people, find the right articles at the right time? One obvious answer is search engine optimization (SEO).
SEO is a set of techniques you can use to make sure search engines, like Google, can read and understand your journal content. This means they can then serve it as a highly ranked search result for relevant queries.
This post takes a simple look at how search engines work and takes you through some easy ways to improve the discoverability of your journal with search engine optimization.
Social media is an amazing tool for journal editors. You can use it to raise the profile of your journal, promote your content, and engage with your online community. That’s why many editors are using Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn to create an online identity for their journal. Before you do the same, however, you need to have a plan.
You need a well thought-out social media strategy to reach the right audience with the right messages to make an impact. But how do you create that strategy? Simple, follow our social media guide for editors.
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