Publisher does it’s best to increase the visibility of the published papers. However, there are some key things where you as the author can help to promote the Journal and to maximize the impact of your published research significantly.
Register for an ORCID iD, get an author identifier and include details of published papers to your profile. ORCID iD provides a persistent digital identifier that distinguishes you as an author from every other researcher and, through integration in key research workflows such as manuscript and grant submission, supports automated linkages between you and your professional activities ensuring that your work is recognised.
You may choose to deposit your paper’s research data to community-recognised repositories where possible, or to general-science repositories if no community resource is available. By making your research data available you can help promote your published research, raise your profile by making your research more discoverable, and further encourage citations.
In facilitating saved searches and setting alerts, creating a Google Scholar profile will allow you to track citations to your publications, and have them appear in Google Scholar search results for your name.
To encourage sharing – use hashtags relevant to your subject and tag co-authors or department colleagues who may also want to share your paper.
Highlight your professional accomplishments and areas of expertise by adding paper details and links to your LinkedIn and/or institution profile.
Update your institution website and create a professional website with the bibliographic entries of your papers and links to the papers on the Journal website.
Present your papers at conferences. Presenting and networking personalize your work, giving it a face and a voice, and it can create new opportunities for collaboration.