Usually, scholarly journals with open access publishing model and policies ensure high visibility and maximum exposure for your work, because anyone with online access can read and further cite and promote your academic article. For a published article to be successful, online academic journals have to offer accessibility and visibility. This high level of visibility occurs with indexing, abstracting, and listing in major academic databases.
Major Academic Databases that Increase the Visibility of Published Articles
Particularly for academic journals that publish academic articles in economics, marketing, finance, business and management, the following indexing, abstracting and listing academic databases are considered the most important for increasing the visibility of published papers:
Directory of Open Access Journals
RePEc (Research Papers in Economics)
Electronic Journals Library
Bielefeld Academic Search Engine
The Summon® Service
Increased Visibility, Readership and Impact
Moreover, when searching for academic articles, researchers approach the scholarly version of the most used search engine in the world, Google Scholar. To improve the degree of accessibility and visibility, the full text of all Expert Journals academic articles is instantly available to all readers and researchers without registration or subscription. This means that academic search engines, such as Google Scholar and WorldCat, can index them fully, greatly growing their visibility.
At Expert Journals, we strive to offer our authors a large audience for their research papers by partnering with major indexing, abstracting, and listing academic databases. Our academic journals are currently accessible from more than 150 institutions and libraries from around the world, to increase the access and visibility of all published articles.