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Future Science Group, one of the most progressive publishers committed to medical research, has selected RedLink, a leading provider of business intelligence to scholarly publishers, to access online reports and personalized data analytics, for their journals. RedLink and Future Science Group will be working closely in spotting opportunities, increasing sales, and committing to breakthrough research. Founded in 2001, Future Science Group is highly regarded in the scholarly publishing industry for a detailed, variety of publications as well as affordable content with high standards. Known for their research having a futuristic outlook, Future Science Group is committed to breakthrough research in biotechnology, science, and medicine. Their portfolio also includes two imprints, Future Science and Future Medicine. The RedLink Team is excited ...

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Meet us at SSP 2015! image

How do you, as an academic publisher, spot opportunities and mitigate risk? How does your sales team discover new markets and stay on top of your accounts? RedLink’s business intelligence solution provides a simple, intuitive and user friendly interface to visualize data that enables marketing and sales people to get deeper actionable customer insights resulting in enhanced business performance and customer satisfaction. Find out how RedLink can help you stay ahead of the publishing curve! Come meet us at 2015 SSP Annual Meeting! Where:  Visit RedLink booth # 212 Who: Deepika Bajaj, VP of Publisher Relations (dbajaj@redlink.com) Dimitris Spanos, CTO (dimitris@redlink.com) To arrange a meeting in advance, click here. Introducing RedLink Network: Learn More at the SSP pitch session! RedLink ...

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Great Meeting you at UKSG 2015! standard

We had an amazing time attending and hosting a luncheon at the UKSG 38th Annual Conference and Exhibition.  Also, thank you to those who joined us to give feedback on our upcoming solution, RedLink Network! The UKSG conference gave us the valuable opportunity to learn more about publishers’ needs, the growing importance for data, and the changing demands for businesses to succeed. RedLink Team looks forward to sharing news as we get closer to the launch of RedLink Network. We constantly strive to innovate and appreciate your continued support.

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Will Double Blind Peer Review Eliminate Bias in Scholarly Publishing? image

Double Blind Peer Review: A Growing Trend? Peer review has consistently been a vital topic in publishing news, from ethical issues to new methods of conducting it. Considering the biases involved in approving papers, double blind peer review has been gaining more acceptance as well as criticism within the academic publishing industry. What is Double Blind Peer Review? Bias has been a major concern among educators and researchers regarding peer review. The current process of peer review is single-blind,in which the author’s identity is known and the reviewers are anonymous. The process of double-blind review allows authors to request their names and their affiliations to be hidden from the reviewers. In one of the largest studies on peer review—a 2009 ...

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Can Social Media Change Scholarly Publishing? image

Whether it is your marketing goals or personal branding, social media has become a necessity in every industry. A simple tweet or blog post has the potential to build your brand, engage in industry developments, and spread your message to a rapidly increasing audience. On the other hand, scholarly publishing has often been associated with terms such as ‘traditional’ or even ‘old school’.  However, the dynamics of academic publishing are changing.  Not only alternative publishing models are being introduced, but social media is increasingly playing a pivotal role in the industry. Social media increasing in scholarly publishing, but it’s changing the industry as well. Public Peer Review The findings of research is no longer limited to just academic publications or ...

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Academic Publishing in 2015 (part 2) image

In our previous blog, we brought up emerging trends in academic publishing. Here are some other trends to expect in 2015! Rise of Data Analytics Data analytics is becoming a greater necessity in nearly every industry.  In order for publishers to spot opportunities and grow further, data analytics is becoming a common source to accomplish such goals. The fact that publishers are buying analytics startups further reflects its increasing importance. In 2015, expect even more publishers to utilize data. Global Digital Library Emerging We have all heard of academic publishing going digital. Top players in scholarly publishing are making transitions to accommodate the rising preference for digital journals.  As journals become more expensive and librarians deal with budget cuts, the ...

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RedLink at APE 2015! image

We had an amazing time at APE 2015 in Berlin, Germany. Attending the conference helped us learn about emerging trends in academic publishing, the future of education, and businesses to watch out for.  We also had the opportunity to present at APE’s ‘DotComs to Watch For in 2015’.  Presenting allowed us to introduce our business intelligence services and discuss the importance of data for academic publishing. This year, we were represented by our Vice President of Publisher Relations, Deepika Bajaj. If you missed us at APE 2015, email us at support@redlink.com.  We look forward to APE 2016! Click here to view our presentation at ‘DotComs to Watch’

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What to Expect: Academic Publishing in 2015 image

  Academic publishing has always been an evolving industry.  Current trends have further advanced practices in academic publishing.  From the increasing use of business intelligence to the necessity to share information, the dynamics of scholarly publishing have definitely changed.  Conferences such as the Frankfurt Book Fair as well as APE 2015 have involved conversations from experts regarding the direction of the industry, ranging from the emergence of different publishing models to accessing journals of different platforms.  Here are some of our thoughts on what to expect from academic publishing in 2015! 1) The Rise of Startups Academic publishing is currently one of the most profitable industries in the world. The industry generates as much as $12 billion worldwide and billions ...

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Meet the Team: Ihab Shehaddeh image

Introduction   1) Tell us a little about your background I always love to see how computing makes a difference and affects our life. That’s why I got really excited about the software development field and studied computer information systems. I earned the bachelor’s degree from University of Jordan and since my last year at college. I enjoyed  developing backend web and mobile applications at different scales with many software companies and entrepreneurs as well.   2)   What excites you to work in a startup environment? Today the technology is evolving rapidly, startups and entrepreneurs become one of the most important factor of this evolution. I am so excited to be a part of a motivational and challenging environment, ...

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MIT Press Selects RedLink for Business Intelligence image

MIT Press, one of the most prestigious and innovative scholarly publishers in the industry, has partnered with  RedLink, a leading provider of business intelligence to academic publishers, for access to detailed reports and personalized data analytics for their journals. RedLink Access has been specifically chosen by MIT Press in order to help their journals stay on top of the competition, gain valuable insight on their sales as well as marketing efforts, and spotting opportunities for growth. The only university press in the U.S. with their journal articles based on science and technology, MIT Press has been publishing for fifty two years. Not only limited to science and technology, the  MIT Press also has a strong publishing presence in the fields ...

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