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A case study
Why does promoting your work once published matter? Take a look at this case study from Endocrine-Related Cancer to see how one research group increased their article's impact ten-fold.
How we promote authors' work
We believe the research we publish is worth shouting about, which is why we work hard to maximise the visibility of all published articles to audiences across the world.
Set yourself up for success
For your next publication set yourself up to succeed before you start
Ten tips to increase impact
So your manuscript has been accepted? Congratulations! Now what do you do? Sit back, relax and wait for the readers to come?
How are articles being read, shared and cited?
Authors often need a quantitative way of demonstrating the impact that their research has made in academia and beyond. Funders are increasingly looking for this information to help justify their expenditure.