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#Manuscriptedit @ Will self-citation be viewed as self-promotion in academia? Self-citation is a promotional strategy. Sometimes regarded as “an unsavory sort of #academic egotism”, it makes #authors more visible but turn out negative effects when used frequently. #Manuscriptedit #blogpost : http://bit.ly/1XVzYMw

#Manuscriptedit @ Should you respond to a call-for-papers rejection #email? Responding to the rejection e-mails from journals or publication houses is not necessary until and unless they have asked for confirmation or clarification with a view of re-considering the submission after major revisions in it. #Manuscriptedit #publication : http://bit.ly/1NvtPEX

#Manuscriptedit @ Does announcing the submission of a #paper on social networks violate the double-blind review? Not exactly. There are no restrictions on the dissemination of drafts or technical reports prior to or after submission. #Manuscriptedit #journalsubmission : http://bit.ly/1XBg617

#Manuscriptedit @ How does one define a non-biased, citation-worthy study? #Research world is highly diversified. It is a misconception that Universities back up research studies, whereas a substantial research work can also be done by other private organizations. #Manuscriptedit #blogpost : http://bit.ly/1XVzYMw

#Manuscriptedit @ Can we trust the results of #peerreviewed articles to be #authenticate? Peer review process is kind of a quality check for the #research #article. However, we have little evidence on the effectiveness of peer review as the whole process works on trust. So, certainly you trust the peer-reviewed #paper, till we devise any other means of assessing research works. #Manuscriptedit #peerreview : http://bit.ly/22eN8Vu

#Manuscriptedit @ Why are the acceptance rates for #publications in subfields higher than others? Popular subfield publications attract more #researchers as well as submissions, thereby resulting in more rejections. Therefore, #journals cannot be compared on the basis of acceptance rates. #Manuscriptedit #publication : http://bit.ly/1NvtPEX

#Manuscriptedit @ What are “ad hoc” reviewers/referees for #journals? An “ad hoc” #reviewer is an expert. They are invited reviewers, who are called by #publication houses to review any specific article on a specified topic. #Manuscriptedit #imagepost : http://bit.ly/28TaaQi

#Manuscriptedit @ Value vs. Uniqueness of #Research : Uniqueness in #research topic adding value to the concerned field is more important than just value proposition. #Manuscriptedit #blogpost : http://bit.ly/1XVzYMw

#Manuscriptedit @ Publishing a review in a peer-reviewed Wiki vs a traditional #journal? #Authors and colleagues might not be aware about the #peerreviewed Wiki journals, thereby making the traditional one a better choice. Nevertheless, the scenario may change with time and trend. #Manuscriptedit #peerreview : http://bit.ly/22eN8Vu

#Manuscriptedit @ How can the choice of “where to #publish” affect the potential number of citations? Publishing in low impact factor open access #journals acquire more citations and views than the high impact factor non-open access journals. #Manuscriptedit #publication : http://bit.ly/1NvtPEX