Live Covid-19
United States 84,799,253
Cases: 84,799,253
Deaths: 1,028,330
Recovered: 81,489,531
Active: 2,281,392
India 43,131,135
Cases: 43,131,135
Deaths: 524,303
Recovered: 42,589,841
Active: 16,991
Brazil 30,752,226
Cases: 30,752,226
Deaths: 665,491
Recovered: 29,746,640
Active: 340,095
France 29,291,146
Cases: 29,291,146
Deaths: 147,715
Recovered: 28,448,155
Active: 695,276
Germany 26,013,283
Cases: 26,013,283
Deaths: 138,488
Recovered: 24,425,500
Active: 1,449,295
United Kingdom 22,232,377
Cases: 22,232,377
Deaths: 177,890
Recovered: 21,774,064
Active: 280,423
Russia 18,278,617
Cases: 18,278,617
Deaths: 378,072
Recovered: 17,670,628
Active: 229,917
South Korea 17,889,849
Cases: 17,889,849
Deaths: 23,842
Recovered: 17,251,847
Active: 614,160
Italy 17,178,199
Cases: 17,178,199
Deaths: 165,738
Recovered: 16,119,286
Active: 893,175
Turkey 15,060,112
Cases: 15,060,112
Deaths: 98,918
Recovered: 14,957,668
Active: 3,526
Spain 12,179,234
Cases: 12,179,234
Deaths: 105,642
Recovered: 11,588,576
Active: 485,016
Vietnam 10,704,524
Cases: 10,704,524
Deaths: 43,073
Recovered: 9,382,881
Active: 1,278,570
Argentina 9,135,308
Cases: 9,135,308
Deaths: 128,776
Recovered: 8,895,999
Active: 110,533
Japan 8,474,651
Cases: 8,474,651
Deaths: 30,175
Recovered: 8,096,825
Active: 347,651
Netherlands 8,074,152
Cases: 8,074,152
Deaths: 22,301
Recovered: 8,004,183
Active: 47,668
Iran 7,229,354
Cases: 7,229,354
Deaths: 141,253
Recovered: 7,028,491
Active: 59,610
Australia 6,813,633
Cases: 6,813,633
Deaths: 7,977
Recovered: 6,370,466
Active: 435,190
Colombia 6,095,316
Cases: 6,095,316
Deaths: 139,821
Recovered: 5,928,829
Active: 26,666
Indonesia 6,051,850
Cases: 6,051,850
Deaths: 156,510
Recovered: 5,891,574
Active: 3,766
Poland 6,004,786
Cases: 6,004,786
Deaths: 116,242
Recovered: 5,335,196
Active: 553,348
Mexico 5,752,441
Cases: 5,752,441
Deaths: 324,617
Recovered: 5,050,420
Active: 377,404
Ukraine 5,009,301
Cases: 5,009,301
Deaths: 108,497
Recovered:
Active: 4,900,804
Malaysia 4,485,419
Cases: 4,485,419
Deaths: 35,633
Recovered: 4,419,997
Active: 29,789
Thailand 4,394,915
Cases: 4,394,915
Deaths: 29,640
Recovered: 4,305,699
Active: 59,576
Austria 4,225,674
Cases: 4,225,674
Deaths: 18,328
Recovered: 4,156,309
Active: 51,037
Belgium 4,127,123
Cases: 4,127,123
Deaths: 31,656
Recovered: 3,967,010
Active: 128,457
Israel 4,117,079
Cases: 4,117,079
Deaths: 10,826
Recovered: 4,083,611
Active: 22,642
Portugal 4,066,674
Cases: 4,066,674
Deaths: 22,583
Recovered:
Active: 4,044,091
Czechia 3,917,289
Cases: 3,917,289
Deaths: 40,260
Recovered: 3,873,501
Active: 3,528
South Africa 3,915,258
Cases: 3,915,258
Deaths: 100,898
Recovered: 3,733,569
Active: 80,791

How to make Your Research Articles more visible on Search Engines and making the Most use of your Research Articles

Research Articles

How to make Your Research Articles more visible on Search Engines and making the Most use of your Research Articles

Introduction

A keyword is a word or concept of great significance. It is also seen as a significant word mentioned in an index.

Search engines index whatever kind of post you make online by keywords. This explains why publishers always require one to include 4-6 keywords in the submission of research articles or manuscripts for publication. These keywords are often included when posting such accepted article to enable search engines index that article when these keywords are mentioned. The importance of this practice cannot be overemphasized since search engines and its algorithm is unbiased – it works centrally by keywords, complemented by backlinks and Domain/Page Authority.

Search engines indexing systems work mostly by keywords, except for google whose algorithm appears to be more complex than traditional search engines. Google added some algorithms that do not just rank a page/contents by keywords, but by other external factors like backlinks, the volume of web traffic and Domain/Page Authority. This they did to curb dark practices of SEO hackers. SEO hackers simply fill a page with a particular keyword – usually hidden from human eyes.

Keys to Making Your Articles Seen by Search Engines

  1. Choose Appropriate keywords for your research articles.
  2. Choose keywords that are in line with your Title.
  3. Restructure title of research articles to contain the keywords. Research titles should carry at least two keywords in the work.
  4. Make sure the central keyword appear in every paragraph if possible.
  5. Choose Keywords that can also be found on your abstracts.
  6. Use keywords that carry the central idea of the research article.

Example of Good use of Keywords

Search engines indexing systems work mostly by keywords, except for google whose algorithm appears to be more complex than traditional search engines. Google added some algorithms that do not just rank a page/contents by keywords, but by other external factors like backlinks, the volume of web traffic and Domain/Page Authority. This they did to curb dark practices of SEO hackers. SEO hackers simply fill a page with a particular keyword – usually hidden from human eyes”

In the above example, ‘keywords’ appeared twice, ‘search engines’ appeared twice, ‘SEO hackers’ appeared twice and ‘algorithm’ appeared twice.

Making the most use of Your Research Articles: Getting much Reads and Mentions

Sharing your published articles in forums and social media can help increase the number of reads, citations/mentions your work receives and as already emphasized, traffic contributes to the making your research work the favourite in indexing in a particular niche or subject line.

When all these practices are followed carefully by researchers & publishers, your articles will become more visible to the academic community.

10 WAYS TO IMPROVE YOUR RESEARCH SKILLS

THE ESSENTIALS OF WRITING AND PRESENTATION OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH PAPERS

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