Posted by: bluesyemre | July 25, 2013

Search Engine Optimization and Your Journal Article: Do you want the bad news first? @WileyLibINFO

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  • Here’s the bad news about search engine optimization and your paper: it’s going to mean a bit more work. Yep. It’s not enough that you hustled for funding, figured out who your co-authors would be, conducted the research, wrote the paper, decided where to submit it, hoped that it would be accepted, made necessary revisions, and waited anxiously for it go up online. Nope. Now, before having your article posted online you have to make sure that your article is prepared for the real world: the digital world. You need to ensure that your paper is search engine optimized. To quote Zhang and Dimitroff: “Search Engine Optimization (SEO) … is the process of identifying factors in a webpage which would impact search engine accessibility to it and fine-tuning the many elements of a website so it can achieve the highest possible visibility when a search engine responds to a relevant query. Search engine optimization aims at achieving good search engine accessibility for webpages, high visibility in search engine results, and improvement of the chances the webpages are retrieved.”

http://j.mp/16cB5KF


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  1. that is something irrrve never ever examine.very comprehensive analysis.

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