Wiley offers authors a number of different tools to help you measure the impact of your work.
As a Wiley author, you receive free access to Kudos, a service that helps you measure, monitor, and maximize the visibility and impact of your published articles.
Kudos helps you explain, add links to and share your work in a way that helps bring it to the attention of peers, the media and broader audiences both within and beyond your specialist community.
Your Kudos dashboard also allows you to measure the effect of these activities for ongoing performance improvement.
Register now for your free account at growkudos.com and follow these simple steps to start making an impact:
Simply use the search box in Kudos to type in your name and keywords from your publication titles to find them, and claim them as yours. You can also invite your co-authors to register and claim publications that they have authored with you
Once you have claimed your publication, Kudos will lead you through steps, which will prompt you to explain your publication further. This can be done through adding a short title, impact statement and/or lay summary which can be enriched with links to further resources such as images, data, blog posts and videos. This will help improve the discoverability of your article and enhance reader’s experience by exposing them to other material that helps give context to your work
Kudos will provide you with a unique link which allows you to easily share details of your publication across the web (via your social media, blog posts or academic website for example) allowing more people to find, understand and cite your work. You can find out more about sharing your work with the Wiley promotional toolkit
Kudos allows you to see the impact of your sharing activity on your publication metrics including views, full text downloads**, Altmetrics and Web of Science ®Times Cited data
Register with Wiley Author Services to receive a more streamlined service and additional benefits, including:
For more information on Kudos:
* Kudos can be used for any publication for which a DOI (Digital Object Identifier) has been registered with CrossRef. Wiley assigns your DOI when your article, book or book chapter is made available electronically but you don’t need to know these to claim your publications
**Available for authors who are also registered with Wiley Author Services
The Altmetric service is available to all journals on Wiley Online Library and allows you to:
For more information, visit our Altmetric page on Wiley Online Library.
Track citations to your article by clicking on the ‘Cited By’ notation on the article.
You can also 'Export Citations' and sign up to 'Track Citations' through the 'Tools' menu of the article.
You can also see the number of citations your article receives on your Author Services Dashboard.