Posted Wed, Jun, 27,2012
Libertas now has over 11,000 followers on Twitter.
Every Libertas journal has an individual Twitter feed in addition to 40 different subject category feeds and a selection of news feeds.
Twitter has boosted visibility for all journals due to the immediacy of the posts and the accessibility of the website on iPhones and Android devices. Tweets regarding newly published papers, journal developments and calls for papers can be received remotely on iPads, iPhones, and a range of other portable devices.
Twitter is one of the 10 most popular websites in the world and is an important tool for us to enhance article visibility. All authors will have their new article announced on Twitter, and readers can stay up-to-date on the latest publications, receiving notifications minutes after each article appears online.
Over 340 million tweets are posted daily on Twitter and around 1.6 billion searchers are performed. By using Twitter, Libertas has the potential to reach the 140 million active international users. Twitter’s popularity with a younger audience, especially those working in the USA, UK, Japan, and India means Libertas is able to appeal to the researchers of the future.
We operate a total of 119 feeds to bring immediate news and developments to all Twitter subscribers.
View and subscribe to our Twitter services here
Mon 17 Jun, 2013CIINE Reflects CII Breakdown in Canine
Fri 14 Jun, 2013Spontaneous Collapse of Bilateral Bullae
I have had nothing but positive experiences publishing with Libertas Academica. The publication procedure is as quick and smooth as any I've encountered, and the peer review process is sufficiently rigorous that the reader can have complete confidence in the content of its journals.
All authors are surveyed after their articles are published. Authors are asked to rate their experience in a variety of areas, and their responses help us to monitor our performance. Presented here are their responses in some key areas. No 'poor' or 'very poor' responses were received; these are represented in the 'other' category.See Our Results
Copyright © 2013 Libertas Academica Ltd (except open access articles and accompanying metadata and supplementary files.)