Promoting your published article

Our marketing and communications teams promote individual articles through multiple channels. This could be through email updates, table of contents, postings on the journal homepage, social media, blogs and/or press releases.

We advise all submitting authors to take note of our pre-publicity policy, which you can read on our editorial and publishing policies page.

We also encourage you to promote your published article via your own email lists, social media, Listservs, distribution at conferences and any other innovative techniques you wish to adopt.

Tracking the impact of your work

All articles published in the journal include article-level metrics (ALMs), thanks to a partnership with Altmetric. ALMs track and analyse the online activity in the surrounding scholarly literature, showing detailed statistics on: each article’s coverage and discussions in the media and on blogs; any bookmarking, ratings and discussions via bibliographic tools and sites such as Mendeley and ResearchGate; and social media sharing via platforms like Twitter and Facebook.

These metrics provide additional insights into the reach and impact of individual articles.