Promoting your published article
Okay, so you’ve spent weeks, months, years (or even a lifetime!) on your research, submitted it to the leading journals in your field, finally been accepted and published in the journal of your dreams; that’s you done, right? Wrong. Now is the time to promote your hard work and ground-breaking findings, and let others know that your article exists.
Twitter Tips for Academics
These days, you can find just about anything and anyone on the internet. With more and more information being distributed via the web, diverse communities of users have developed to help share information through social media. But what about academics?
As an active researcher, your first priority when it comes to writing about science is probably preparing academic papers for publication. But now with the rise of social media, there are many other platforms you should be considering to carry on scientific discussions, and one of particular note is blogging.
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