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Online J Otolaryngol. 2013; 3(3): 119-121


How to Improve citations of your published article ?

Balasubramanian Thiagarajan.

Abstract
Publishing an article in a Journal is the first step. This is in fact considered to be the first
barrier an academician is expected to surmount. After successfully publishing the article
in a journal / Publication the next difficult but important step is to attract citations.
Citation is an indirect index of the quality of the publication. With the popular concept of
online presence almost all journals have online presence with facilities for online
submission. On line presence has its own inherent advantages. These advantages
include:
1. Cost effectiveness
2. Excellent reach

Key words: online article publishing, improving citations



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