The Best Researcher Resource Posts of 2018

As the year comes to a close, we’re taking a look back at some of the most popular posts this year. If you haven’t read them yet be sure to check them out before taking a bit of time to recharge. We’ll be back in 2019 to help you embark on another successful year with informative content for every researcher, author, reviewer, and/or editor.The Best Researcher Resource Posts of 2018

Most Viewed

The post with the most pageviews this year was Behind the Scenes: A Q&A With the Editors of SN Applied Sciences, an interview with the managing Editors of Springer Nature’s new journal SN Applied Sciences. Dive into the scientific backgrounds that brought them to the journal, and their aspirations for the future of the publication.

Most Engaging Read

Visitors to the blog spent the longest time on the page reading Service Spotlight: MySpringer/MyPalgrave, one of our key author services for both book and journal authors.

Visitors Kept Reading

The content that kept readers the most intrigued with the Source -inspiring them to check out more content on the blog was Service Spotlight: Recommended, a feature on the new service. Recommended makes it easier than ever for researchers to keep up with the latest science published in their field.

Most Viewed Topics

The topics that resonated the most with readers based on total pageviews of the post tags were “transfer desk,” “editor resources,” and “social media.”

Most Viewed Category

The most read category for the third year running was our Author channel, which continues to provide important news and information for journal and book authors.

Posts From the Archive That Won’t be Forgotten

These two archived posts remain ever-relevant in 2018 with a substantial amount of pageviews. Explore 10 Tips For Using Altmetrics in Your CV and Grant Applications and 10 Steps to Evaluating Manuscripts as a Peer Reviewer.

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