Promote Your Article

  1. Using Social Media

  2. Spotlight on SAGE Insight

  3. SAGE Article Press Release Scheme

Using Social Media

Online social media has affected the journals market profoundly, as users place a premium on active engagement with the scholarly community.

Journal content is not limited to text; it now includes video, podcasts, images, datasets, photographs and maps. Multimedia content aids discoverability of your research and allows users to engage with your publication – it allows for a two-way conversation rather than one-way communication. Users are increasingly searching across all types of content for answers to their research. SAGE’s social media strategy aims to increase the visibility of our journals by ensuring their content is where the user wants to start their search and building on that visibility by encouraging users to engage with that content.

For ideas on how you can use social media tools to help promote your article, please read our guide on Using Social Media to Promote Your Article

Spotlight on SAGE Insight 

SAGE Insight is a blog that puts the spotlight on research published in our journals. All the articles we link to from this site are free to read for a limited period. Both new and from our archives, the articles on SAGE Insight provide a fresh perspective on major issues facing the public and policy makers. We cover everything from crime to medical practices, from psychology to education.Journal editors and authors  can suggest articles for inclusion. For further information visit SAGE Insight.

SAGE Article Press Release Scheme

A SAGE Article Press Release scheme is available on a case by case evaluation basis to raise the visibility of particular articles, and highlight new and important research. We are interested in hearing from you if you think your paper may be of interest to the media. If accepted into the scheme SAGE will assign expert press release writers with experience and knowledge of what catches the media’s attention to create items for dissemination to the media.

A press-worthy paper should:

  • Present new research, or add new information to previous research
  • Appeal to a general as well as a specialist audience
  • Have a message that can be explained in lay terms
  • Reflect well on the research field, and the journal

Please get in touch with the journal editor if you think your paper may be newsworthy.

Visit our Press Room to read our latest press releases!