Tag:scholarly journal promotion

In this post, Director of Publications at the American Society of Plant Biologists Nancy Winchester and Managing Editor Jennifer Regala share how they are raising awareness of the many ways that ASPB journals contribute to the society's mission as well as the unique value of publishing in journals run by learned societies.

This slideshow, co-produced by Scholastica and Altmetric, breaks down the benefits of altmetrics for journals, common misconceptions about them, and ways to start tracking altmetrics at your publication.

Scholastica and ISMTE co-hosted a Twitter chat on journal promotion using the hashtag #JournalEdsChat on 9/16/16. Here's a recap of what was discussed.

Watch the full recording of the Social Media & Website Optimization for Scholarly Journals webinar co-hosted by Scholastica and ISMTE.

Friday 9/16/16 from 10AM-11AM EST Scholastica and ISMTE are co-hosting a Twitter chat on scholarly journal promotion using the hashtag #JournalEdsChat. Get the details!

The third handbook in the Scholarly Journal Promotion 101 Handbooks Series has arrived! Get the details on Blogging 101 for Scholarly Journal Editors and download your copy.

Join Scholastica and ISMTE for a free webinar on social media and website optimization for scholarly journals Friday September 9, 2016 at 10AM EST.

Key session takeaways from the 9th annual International Society of Managing and Technical Editors North American Conference in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

One key promotion outlet often overlooked by journals, which is arguably more effective than the rest, is building an email list. Here are tips to get started.