۱۰ راه ساده

۱٫ Cite your past work when it is relevant to a new manuscript. 
۲٫ Carefully choose your keywords. 
۳٫ Use your keywords and phrases in your title and repeatedly in your abstract. 
۴٫ Use a consistent form of your name on all of your papers. Using the same name on all of your papers will make it easier for others to find all of your published work. If your name is very common, consider getting a research identifier, such as an ORCID or a Researcher ID. You can provide your Researcher ID in your email signature and link that ID to your publication list so that anyone you email has access to your publications.
۵٫ Make sure that your information is correct. Check that your name and affiliation are correct on the final proofs of your manuscript and check that the paper’s information is accurate in database searches.
۶٫ Make your manuscript easily accessible. If your paper is not published in an open-access journal, post your pre- or post-publication prints to a repository. Check SHERPA RoMEO to find your publisher’s copyright and self-archiving policies regarding sharing your published manuscript.
۷٫ Share your data. There is some evidence that sharing your data can increase your citations. 
۸٫ Present your work at conferences. 
۹٫ Use social media. Provide links to your papers on social media (e.g., Facebook, Twitter,
Academia.edu, Research Gate, Mendeley) and your university profile page.
۱۰٫ Actively promote your work. Talk to other researchers about your paper, even ones not in your field, and email copies of your paper to researchers who may be interested.