Increase Impact With Kudos

Liverpool University Press has partnered with Kudos – a service that provides tools for researchers to maximise the visibility and reach of their published journal articles – in order to ensure that the high quality work of our authors reaches the widest possible audience.

If you have recently had an article published in a Liverpool University Press journal, you can register with Kudos and begin using the service immediately, completely free of charge.

Launched in 2014, Kudos is a start-up service designed to help researchers and their institutions and funders maximize and measure the visibility and impact of their published articles.

Kudos provides a new way for authors to use social media to engage the digital community with their research. By creating 'profiles' for their published articles and adding short titles, lay summaries, impact statements and supplementary content, authors can make their articles more engaging for a digital readership accustomed to strategically browsing the millions of potential papers at their fingertips.

For proof of why you should use the Kudos tool, take a look at the below Case Studies from our very own authors:

Case Study 1  /  Case Study 2  /  Case Study 3

On average, authors who make use of Kudos' tools receive 19% higher downloads of their work.

Read about the benefits of Kudos for researchers.

If you are a Liverpool University Press author and want to begin using Kudos, please first register for a Kudos account.

Once your account has been successfully set up, you will be able to start 'claiming' your published articles, enriching them with content, and sharing them out to various social channels. You will also be able to measure the impact of your activity through comprehensive personalised metrics.

For complete information on how to get the most out of your publications using Kudos, please download our Kudos User Guide.

You can read more about the background to the service on the Kudos website.

For a fantastic overview of the benefits of using Kudos from an author's perspective, see this ChemConnector Blog post.

If you have any queries about the about the service, or if you require any assistance or guidance, please contact Clare Hooper, Head of Journals.


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