Your success with Kudos is based on three simple steps.
Kudos allows you to describe your work in plain English. This means you can attract more readers from outside your specialist community – like researchers in allied fields, members of the media, and even policy makers. You can also enrich your description by adding related resources like blog posts, videos, data sets and press releases to give your readers more context.
Kudos gives you a trackable link that you can email to your existing network of contacts, or share on social media and academic websites. A lot of the people in your sphere will be interested in what you have to say, they just need a reminder that it’s out there. Plus, an easy way to navigate directly to it is always appreciated.
The in-depth but easy-to-read summary of views, downloads, citations, and altmetrics on your Kudos dashboard helps you track how well your articles are performing and check which channels of communication are generating the most attention. This allows you to adjust and finesse your sharing strategy. And because Kudos is a cross-publisher platform, you can analyse the impact of all your articles in one place.
See for yourself how simple it is to build your readership with Kudos. Just watch this short step-by-step guide.