Promoting your publication
Individual articles are widely promoted by our marketing and communications teams in a variety of ways. This could be through email updates, table of contents, email alerts, postings on the BioMed Central homepage, social media, blogs and/or press releases. These may result in higher levels of views and downloads for each article.
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In addition, all research published is automatically deposited in major bibliographic databases including PubMed and over 40 other abstracting and indexing databases. All of our journals are also indexed within SpringerLink, the world's most comprehensive online collection of scientific, technological and medical journals, books and reference works.
We would encourage you to promote your article via your own email lists, social media, Listservs, distribution at conferences and any other innovative techniques you wish to adopt.
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The Editors of Frontiers in Zoology support initiatives that expedite the peer review process and are willing to consider manuscripts which have been reviewed by Peerage of Science. Please indicate in your cover letter if this applies to your manuscript.
2016 Journal Metrics
25 days from submission to first decision
9 days from acceptance to publication
1305.0 Usage Factor
Social Media Impact