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Using Social Media to Promote Your Research

Using Social Media to Promote Your Research

From just one article Taylor & Francis has seen:

  • More than 400 tweets from 351 accounts, reaching over 1,000,000 combined followers
  • Posts on 12 pubic Facebook walls from 11 different accounts
  • Appeared in 3 news stories, including Time magazine and The Telegraph
  • Resulting in over 13,400 article views since December 2014 (with over 1,000 from Twitter alone)

What are Taylor & Francis authors doing?

  • 47% of authors are planning to share their free eprints
  • 30% are announcing the publication of their article on social media
  • 29% are updating their publication history on LinkedIn
  • 12% are mentioning their article publication in their email signature
  • 11% are posting a link on share services such as Reddit

(Taylor & Francis Author Survey, 2014)


Want to know more? Read our tips on promoting your research.

Guidance, developments, news and ideas for Taylor & Francis authors

Twitter: @tandfauthorserv

Facebook: tandfauthorservices

Web: journalauthors.tandf.co.uk

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