Tag:managing editor

While a reputation for publishing high-quality content will always be the number one way for journals to set themselves apart in the eyes of authors and readers, regular promotion is becoming paramount to building and retaining a following. In this blog post, we break down why and steps to get started.

The new year is a blank slate (or should we say screen?) of opportunity waiting for your journal team to make its mark! This blog post rounds up five New Year's resolutions for editors to help you get started.

At times, journal production delays will be out of your editorial and publishing teams' hands. But, you can still take steps to try and avoid them. In this blog post, we share 7 ways to streamline your production process to help you hit target publication dates and even exceed them.

Peer review email templates can help journals save a significant amount of editorial time, and they're for more than just manuscript decision letters. This blog post breaks down why, when, and how to create email templates for common journal correspondences, including 9 examples you can use.

In this new edition of Academic Journal Management Best Practices: Tales from the Trenches, we round up tips from seasoned publications managers and editors on how to optimize your editorial workflows, attract more quality submissions, and make strategic plans to further your journal goals.

Are you looking to attract more quality submissions to your journal? It's an ongoing goal and, at times, a struggle for many editorial teams. In this blog post, we round up some of the most effective steps you can take to attract more quality submissions to your journal.

With ingenuity and attention to detail, there are many aspects of journal operations that can be optimized to cut down publication time. In this post, we look at four ways journals can decrease days to manuscript decision to publish new articles faster.

During this free on-demand webinar, speakers from Scholastica and J&J Editorial cover best practices for conducting a peer review audit to improve journal efficiency from a technical and editorial perspective.

There are certain considerations OA journal teams should keep in mind when choosing which peer review and publishing tools and systems to use. In this post, we outline 3 things to consider.

When it comes to effective editorial team operations, Jennifer Mahar, executive peer review manager at Origin Editorial, says there are certain hallmarks that set apart the best teams from the rest.