How can I get articles?
How can I get articles?
25 Tips to Getting Articles Published In Major Publications
- 25 Tips to Getting Articles Published.
- See if you can write an article that is “good enough”.
- Check out where your competitors are publishing articles.
- Choose one of the 3 to pitch your article to.
- Write a good pitch.
- Pitch your article to ONE magazine.
- If your article is accepted, thank the editor!
What is the ResearchGate score?
According to ResearchGate, the score includes the research outcomes that you share on the platform, your interactions with other members, and the reputation of your peers (i.e., it takes into consideration publications, questions, answers, followers)
How do I cite a ResearchGate article?
If you cannot write the text any better, then you put it into quotes, and cite the source. If you can write the text better, then you paraphrase it and cite the source. In both cases you include the full reference in your References Section. This rule applies for text in any section of the source paper.
How do you reference an article in a paper?
Basic format to reference journal articles
- Author or authors. The surname is followed by first initials.
- Year of publication of the article.
- Article title (in single inverted commas).
- Journal title (in italics).
- Volume of journal.
- Issue number of journal.
- Page range of article.
How do I publish a paper on ResearchGate?
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- Find a journal.
- Prepare your paper.
- Submit and revise.
- Track your submission.
- Track your accepted article.
- Sharing and promoting.
How do I increase my ResearchGate score?
To improve your RG Score:
- Share anything from negative results to raw data or full-fledged publications.
- Create a project, or add an update to your existing project(s)
- Ask a question or give another researcher a helpful answer.
- Follow other researchers.
- Comment on and recommend your peer’s research, projects, and questions.
Who has the highest ResearchGate score?
The highest member for publications alone is 56.31, with 13,949 IP, 31,605 reads, 174,134 citations, and 1,797 followers. The member with the very highest RG Score, 376, obtained 11% for publications and 89% answers, 218 IP, 2,527 reads, 2,614 citations, 2,056 answers, and 555 followers
How can I publish an article online?
To get you started, here is a list of platforms offering free article publishing.
- Medium. Medium is a very popular free publishing site where you can share your writing.
- Linkedin Articles. You are probably already on Linkedin.
- Article Alley.
- PUB HTML5.
Is ResearchGate free?
It has a blogging feature for users to write short reviews on peer-reviewed articles. ResearchGate indexes self-published information on user profiles to suggest members to connect with others who have similar interests. ResearchGate does not charge fees for putting content on the site and does not require peer review.
Do you get paid for publishing an article?
Is there money in it? Pretty much the only link between academic publishing and your bank account is the fact that you won’t get a job if you don’t publish (discounting the impact buying books has on your bank balance). You don’t get paid for articles you publish.
How do I find citations of my work?
Have a look at Google Scholar, they’ve made this really easy. Just enter the search terms in quotation marks (that narrows down the results) in the box, then ‘search’. Under each article, click on the link “Cited by (number)” to retrieve a list of those who have cited the work
What is a good citation count?
Authors with Hirsch Index h=10 according to Web of Science are in the most of disciplines regarded internationally influential, so cyclic publication of papers cited at least 10 times each may be regarded as very good result.
How will you determine if the author is highly cited?
From the list of authors in a field ranked by number of highly cited papers, the number of papers at the rank represented by the square root score determines the threshold number of highly cited papers required for inclusion.
Why is ResearchGate bad?
Researchgate is a very poor way, often and perhaps generally, counterproductive vehicle for the spread o publication news. It does an incredibly sloppy job of assembling information on scholars (e.g., catches only about 350 of my over 1000 citation at ISI and 3500 at Google Scholar and Hazing’s Publish or Perrish).
How do I increase my Google Scholar Citations?
7 ways to make your Google Scholar Profile better
- Clean up your Google Scholar Profile data.
- Add missing publications to your Profile.
- Increase your “Googleability”
- Use your Google Scholar Profile data to get ahead.
- Stay up-to-date when you’ve been cited.
- 6. …
- Tell Google Scholar how it can improve.
Where can I post articles and get paid?
If you want to earn money by writing online for others, here are 10 sites where you can get paid to write your own articles.
- Wow Women on Writing: $50-100.
- Strong Whispers: $50 – $150.
- Link-Able: $100 – $750.
- Cracked.com: $100 – $200.
- Watch Culture: $25 – $500.
- Sitepoint: Visit Link for Pricing.
- Uxbooth: $100.
Do citations matter?
Most citations occur in the introduction/background of a paper and are only tangentially related to the work of the paper. Most work that gets cited is not read and a certain fraction of citations are incorrect — a citation might actually provide evidence to the contrary of the result it is being referenced to support!