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Sharing and promoting your book

Promote your book

Now that your book is published, you can promote it to make a bigger impact with your research. Sharing research, accomplishments and ambitions with a wider audience makes you more visible in your field. This helps you get cited more, enabling you to cultivate a stronger reputation, promote your research and move forward in your career.



  • Consider search engine optimization and keywords to help readers discover your article.
  • Think about promoting your article through social media and press.
  • Decide how you will share your article.
  • Monitor your article's impact with article level metrics.

Share your book 

Sharing research is an important part of the research process. To help you reach more readers, we will send you a link when your book is published: a personal, customized short link that provides free access to your book. This means you can invite colleagues and peers to access your book, sharing it by email and social media. Readers who click on the link will be taken directly to your article, with no sign up or registration required.

Share your research

There are a number of options for posting and sharing your book (or article) below. For further information see Open Access.

  • At a conference:
You can always present your research at conferences such as a presentation, or poster.

  • For classroom teaching purposes:
 You can use your article for your own classroom teaching and internal training at your institution (including use in course packs and courseware programs).

  • For grant applications:
You can include your article for grant funding purposes.

  • With your colleagues:
You can easily share your article with your colleagues through email.

  • On your personal blog or website:
We recommend that you list all your publications and link back to the final version to make it easier for you to be cited. In addition to this you can also post your preprint or accepted manuscript and any gold open access articles on your non-commercial personal website or blog.

  • On the institutional repository:
You can post your accepted author manuscript immediately to an institutional repository and make this publicly available after an embargo period has expired. Remember that for gold open access articles, you can post your published journal article and immediately make it publicly available.

  • On a subject repository (or other non-commercial repository):
You can always post your preprint version and you can also post your accepted author manuscript after the embargo period has expired. Remember for gold open access articles, you can post the published journal article immediately.

  • Offprints:
Offprints are an exact copy of the article published in either paper or digital (PDF) form. After publication, you can order paper offprints.
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