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Understanding CrossMark

At Taylor & Francis, we want to make sure everyone can read your research safe in the knowledge that they are reading the latest, approved version of the article. That’s why we’ve  added the CrossMark logo to the published version of record for all articles published on our journal platform, Taylor & Francis Online. But what… Read more »

Tweet your research

Twitter can be one of the most valuable tools you can use to publicize your work, reaching people who may never have heard of you or your research before, increasing downloads of your article, citations, and impact.

Blogging: how to make it work

Blogging can hone your writing skills, pushing you to write in a more accessible style. Such a skill is highly valuable as researchers strive to ensure their work has as wide a readership as possible, driving tweets, shares, likes, impact, and citations.

Sharing your work

Every Taylor & Francis author who publishes in a subscription journal gets 50 free eprints to share with colleagues as soon as their article is published on Taylor & Francis Online.