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July 28, 2015 | Louise Phillips, Marketing Executive

Using Search Engine Optimization techniques to increase discoverability of research

Search engines are most people’s first port of call for answering questions. But what about finding academic research? How can you make sure that the research published in your journal is at the top of the results list? Take a look at these SEO techniques that you and your authors can use to help ensure that the research published in your journal is as discoverable and widely read as possible.
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