Promote your work
Summary of your paper
Please provide a 500-character non-technical summary (without discipline-specific jargon) of your paper that may be used to promote your work to a broader audience. The summary should highlight your main conclusions and results, and what the implications are. If possible, please also summarize very briefly why you did the research and how you did it.
Search engine optimization
The most important information about your paper must be accessible and obvious to search engines and other machines that crawl the Internet for content. This ensures that members of the scientific community, as well as the wider public, can find your work more easily.
We do our best to work together with search engines. You as an author can also do something to make your research output more visible. Think about the keywords and phrases a person would type into the search engine if your paper is helpful for them. Include them in your title and/or abstract. Have a descriptive title that includes the keywords related to your topic. Have those keywords at the beginning of your title (first 70 characters), and keep the title as short as possible.
If you or your institute plans a press release or some other promotional work on your paper, please inform Media and Communications at Copernicus (firstname.lastname@example.org) and at EGU (Terri Cook, email@example.com). We may be able to assist you and help distribute your work further.
If you wish to promote your work to journalists and the broader public, please do so only after the paper has been peer-reviewed and accepted. If you wish to promote it at an earlier stage, you should make sure to mention that the paper you are advertising has only been submitted to Climate of the Past and has been neither peer-reviewed nor accepted yet. We also recommend that you contact the editors of Climate of the Past, as well as Media and Communications at Copernicus (firstname.lastname@example.org) and at EGU (Terri Cook, email@example.com).
Your paper has been published – congratulations. But your work is not done yet: you want the world to know that your article is out there.
- Use social media to communicate with scientists around the world as well as with journalists and other people interested in your research.
- Share your work on the platforms that you use and that are relevant in your field, for example: ResearchGate, Twitter, Mendeley, Facebook, LinkedIn, Xing.
- Use the complete citation of your paper with the DOI.
- Always link to the original text.
- Inform your colleagues by including the reference in your email footer.
- Do not forget to refer to your new article in your blog, in your publications list, on your personal website and your institute’s website.