Posted Mon, Sep, 17,2012
The latest visibility statistics for the Libertas website are now available and article views have just exceeded 8.3 million. Article downloads since 2012 are just over 2.6 million and Libertas has over 74,000 registered users. The most viewed article has nearly 36,000 views, and the most cited article over 400 citations.
Statistics from PubMed have also recently been updated, and article views through this website now number almost 1.3 million.
Such high visibility is possible because of the post publication promotion Libertas offers. Working with 49 databases and 12 directories means articles are accessible in full from many different places, and promotion in over 8 different social media channels means articles are highly visible.
These statistics are updated live on the Libertas website along with the number of article downloads, the most read article, and more.
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