The publishing company Wiley-Blackwell has a special web site for article and book authors – W-B Author Services. Included are some advice about search engine optimization with examples. The text contains no surprises for those who are familiar with SEO, but it serves as a useful summary and a reminder that all writers need to take it into consideration:
Citation indexes already figure in many disciplines as a measure of an article’s value; there is evidence that article views/downloads are also beginning to count in the same way.
Thanks to Eloquent Science for the link.
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